Candidates for federal office in Georgia have raked in more than $56 million in contributions since January.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Opponents of the Buckhead City movement have launched a counteroffensive. Also, the first day of jury selection in the trial of the three men charged with murder in the shooting of Ahmaud Arbery made clear just how difficult it could be to find 12 jurors who say they have open minds about the case.
Monday on Political Rewind: The trial for the three men charged with the murder of Ahmaud Arbery begins in Brunswick, Ga. We will take a look at what to expect as the trial gets underway and how it has changed the legal and political landscape in Georgia.
Friday on Political Rewind: Republican candidates on Georgia’s 2022 ballot are remaining silent about President Donald Trump’s prediction that GOP voters will not go to the polls next year. Plus, Georgia Board of Regents decided to make sweeping changes to the rules governing how tenured faculty at state universities are evaluated.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Stories about climate change are rarely out of the headlines these days. This week, it’s news about wind farms. The Biden Administration has announced plans to develop seven major offshore wind farms on the east and west coasts and along the Gulf of Mexico.
GPB's Battleground: Ballot Box podcast is returning Nov. 3, 2021, to chronicle Georgia's continued role in the country's political spotlight.
The voter registration deadline for the Nov. 2, 2021 municipal elections is Monday, Oct. 4. Georgia voters can create, update and check their voter registrations online at mvp.sos.ga.gov.
The Georgia State Election Board has appointed a bipartisan three-member panel to initiate a performance review of Fulton County's elections board, the latest step in a lengthy process allowed under a new GOP-backed state law overhauling elections.
The Georgia Secretary of State's office will soon move more than 185,000 voter registrations to inactive status, beginning the process for eventual removal from the state's rolls under a federally mandated list maintenance process.
Passing the budget becomes the legislative priority, and Kemp signs the Hate Crimes Law.
Almost a year after the 2020 election, new revelations continue to emerge about former President Donald Trump pressuring Georgia officials to overturn the election results. A recent Senate Judiciary Committee report sheds light on the departure earlier this year of former Georgia U.S. Attorney Byung J. "BJay" Pak, who abruptly announced his resignation just before the Senate runoffs. Investigators say Trump forced Pak to resign for refusing to go along with Trump’s false claims of election fraud. We break down what's in the preliminary Senate committee report and hear what the findings could mean for elections to come.
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