As Georgia prepares for an unprecedented number of voters using absentee ballots, the State Election Board has approved a rule that will allow local election boards to open absentee ballots up to eight days before Election Day.
A candidate for Bryan County Sheriff is crying foul after an expose last week revealed documentation dating back years and detailed a number of domestic matters that overlapped into his professional career.
The Lieutenant Governor is weighing in on the 14th Congressional district race.
Attorney General Chris Carr this week joined a coalition of 15 attorneys general from around the country in filing a brief in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia supporting the federal government’s motion to dismiss the case against General Michael Flynn.
The demands of social distancing and other COVID-19 related health precautions has lowered the capacity polling locations around the state have for in-person voting, and has increased wait times for Georgians looking to cast their ballots in person.
Georgia's U.S. Senators were on opposite sides of the aisle last week when it an amendment, which would have forced the government to get a warrant before obtaining the internet search history of Americans under the FISA Act, failed to get enough votes for passage.
The ad, which focuses on faith, also prods Perdue for not speaking up for some communities in Georgia. At the end of the ad, Amico says, "I approve this message because the problems we face are fixable, but Senator Perdue is not."
#INVESTIGATION: A compilation of hundreds of pages of documents show a pattern of substantiated claims of abusive behavior by the candidate, to include calls from the his residence for domestic disputes, investigative findings of ‘terrorizing behavior’ documented by a Colonel at a U.S. Embassy overseas, multiple findings of aggravated sexual assault discovered during a military police investigation, and a punitive reprimand under Article 15 by a Major General in the U.S. Army.
Former Clarkston Mayor, former U.S. Senate candidate, and current candidate for DeKalb County Commission Ted Terry has thrown his support behind a candidate in the race for U.S. Senate.
The Secretary of State's Office has said the return numbers are a record amount considering there are still more than three weeks to go before Election Day.