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Tuesday on Political Rewind: Confidence in election integrity remains a concern for voters as the Secretary of State's Office replaces voting machines in Coffee County. Meanwhile, the Atlanta Braves' trip to the White House pitches political fastballs for state Republicans and Democrats.
Monday on Political Rewind: A potential U.S. Senate runoff looms over voters for the second time in two years. Meanwhile, Democrats are running on abortion rights, even in deep red parts of Georgia. Plus: the latest on the Coffee County election office data breach.
Friday on Political Rewind: Republicans claimed a larger share of Hispanic votes in 2020 than they'd usually get, but a new poll says Democrats have reversed those gains. Plus, the U.S. House passed a bill to close loopholes that Trump allies tried to use to decertify the election.
Thursday on Political Rewind: On this day in 1906, white mobs killed at least 25 Black Georgians in what would be known as the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre. Plus, the 11th Circuit says the Department of Justice can still examine classified documents from Mar-a-Lago. Also, we look at the story of a Stone Mountain bridge.
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“We're not going to end the HIV epidemic until we make testing for HIV convenient and routine,” said Patrick Sullivan, lead infectious disease specialist for the Emory initiative.
Part of a new scene called 'queernejo,' the Latin Grammy-nominated Gabeu is reworking the conservative, macho stylings of sertanejo.
The singer, who declined to perform in 2019 out of solidarity with Colin Kaepernick, will headline February's show.
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