Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger called out President Donald Trump's inaccurate tweets criticizing the Georgia presidential election results, saying it instigates a "growing threat environment for election workers simply doing their jobs."
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The big names in Republican party politics are planning to visit Georgia to help rally supporters in the lead up to the state’s crucial congressional races on the ballot in the Jan. 5 primary. Meanwhile, divisions in the state Republican party remain stark with six weeks before the runoff.
U.S. Rep. Austin Scott, a Republican from Tifton, has tested positive for COVID-19 — the third GOP congressman from Georgia to contract the novel coronavirus since October.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Advertising spending on Georgia’s two U.S. Senate runoff elections is reaching mind-boggling heights, and Georgia Republicans are growing more concerned about baseless claims of election malfeasance.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, Georgia's secretary of state discusses his fight against voting misinformation in the weeks since the presidential election.
Georgia's 159 counties will tabulate 5 million ballots cast in the presidential race for the third time in as many weeks, undertaking a machine recount with a deadline of Dec. 2.
Sen. David Perdue and Sen. Kelly Loeffler are calling on Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to resign after "too many failures in Georgia elections this year," though the lawmakers failed to cite evidence to support their claims.
Democratic efforts to overturn Republican control of Georgia’s state House fell far short Nov. 3, only netting two of the needed 16 seats.
Tuesday morning on Political Rewind: Polling places are open across Georgia for the final day of voting in the 2020 general election. More than 53% of Georgians cast their ballots early, but election officials caution that lines in many places could be long as up to 2 million voters may show up to vote today.
Last-minute visits to the state by President Donald Trump on Sunday and former President Barack Obama are just the latest suggestion that Georgia is hotly contested.
Passing the budget becomes the legislative priority, and Kemp signs the Hate Crimes Law.
Monday on Political Rewind: We speak with a giant of Georgia politics — former United States Sen. Sam Nunn.
We discuss Nunn’s career and ask him about how the Senate has devolved from an important deliberative body into a toxic partisan stew. What are the statemen’s thoughts on President Donald Trump and his efforts to forestall the outcome of the presidential election?
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is responding to criticism from leaders in his own party. President Donald Trump, Georgia’s two sitting senators and other high-ranking Republicans claim, without evidence, Raffensperger is complicit in rigging the state’s election for Democratic challenger President-elect Joe Biden.
On this episode, we tackle Georgia’s recount, more misinformation from President Donald Trump and long-shot conspiracy-laden lawsuits seeking to overturn the election.
A Republican TV ad falsely suggests that “liberal megadonors” are spending $1 billion in “dark money” to help Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s Senate runoff race. That’s how much multiple experts estimate may be spent on all candidates in both Georgia Senate elections for the entire 2020 campaign cycle.
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