100% of Georgia Counties Join Cybersecurity Protection Group

Every Georgia county has joined a national cybersecurity-protection organization, the first state with more than 100 counties to do so

GA Sec. of State Says Voting Machine Deliveries for the Presidential Preference Primary are...

The system will be used for the first time statewide during the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary.

Perdue, Loeffler, Carter Applaud President Trump For Commitment To Savannah Harbor Deepening

President Trump’s budget request for Fiscal Year 2021 includes full capability funding to keep the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project (SHEP) on track.

John Barge Announces Candidacy for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District

Former Georgia School Superintendent John Barge recently announced his candidacy for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District.

Perdue, Loeffler Push Fort Benning As Home Of New Army Corps Headquarters

“Fort Benning is a crown jewel of the Army uniquely qualified to host the new corps headquarters.”

Donations from Private Prison Industry Still Influential in Georgia

The highest recipient of donations from this industry may surprise you -->

The King Center and Secretary of State of Georgia Extend Partnership to 100 Congregations

The 100 Congregations Vote initiative has the goal to reach 100 congregations across Georgia to offer on-site voting machine demonstrations and voter readiness.

Georgia Senator Seeks to Cap Interest Rates on Car Title Loans

A bill proposed in the Georgia Senate would cap the interest rate of car title loans and limit how much lenders could collect in the event of a default.

Congressman Johnson Receives Perfect Score for Social Justice Voting Record

Congressman Hank Johnson (GA-04) announced he received a 100 percent score from NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice for his 2019 voting record.

Recess Bill Back Again After Kemp Veto Last Year

The lawmaker from Stockbridge has once again filed his recess legislation. The measure, HB 83, passed through both chambers in 2019 after three years of trying but was vetoed by Governor Kemp.