Duval County in northeast Florida hasn't voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since Jimmy Carter in 1976, but this year might be different.
With Joe Biden leading in the polls, Democrats are haunted by the ghosts of 2016 when Hillary Clinton led, too. But there are a few key factors that make this year's election different.
Friday on Political Rewind, a look at what is at stake in next week's runoff elections. In the Republican races in 14th and 9th Georgia districts, national attention has been drawn to the controversial statements of candidate Marjorie Taylor Greene. Will voters choose her to go on through to the November election? What would her selection mean for state and national GOP officials?
Thursday on Political Rewind, runoff elections are next week as counties plan for further elections this Fall. And, WNBA players made a strong statement condemning Sen. Kelly Loeffler for her attacks on Black Lives Matter. But is the conflict between Loeffler and the women's basketball league a problem for the appointed Senator’s election plans?
Wednesday on Political Rewind, the votes of women could be decisive in upcoming elections. As we near the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment’s enshrining of women’s suffrage in the Constitution, we’ll take a look at the importance of this voter bloc.
On Political Rewind Wednesday morning, we looked back at Tuesday's chaotic primary. Social distancing, fewer polling stations and inexperienced staff...
Many voters faced long lines at the polls Tuesday. Many counties and voters continue to experiencing issues as in-person voting kicked-off for primary...
Monday on Political Rewind, after some delays the primary election is here. Polls will open across the state Tuesday as Georgians vote on a number of...
The discovery of Legionella bacteria led to closures at some of the Atlanta-based offices for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Author Lara Prescott joined Virginia Prescott for one of the Atlanta History Center’s virtual author talks. Her debut novel The Secrets We Kept, which became an instant New York Times best-seller, is about the CIA’s program to influence Russian thinking during the Cold War — with literature. Hear their discussion about the espionage plot and the real-life love story behind Dr. Zhivago.
Lisa Donovan is a celebrated southern pastry chef, James Beard award-winning essayist, and now author of a new memoir. The book, called Our Lady of Perpetual Hunger, follows her life in and out of kitchens, documenting her journey to the restaurant industry she loved — and later left. On Second Thought spoke with Donovan to discuss the pains, obstacles and joys of finding her voice as a woman and a southerner, and learning to use it in the male-dominated culinary world.