Senators Perdue, and others, propose bold changes to ensure Congress funds government on time

Senators Push Real World Consequences For Failure To Meet Funding Deadlines

House passes ‘paper-pencil’ option for state K-12 mandated tests

All On Georgia previously reported the origin of a bill to allow parents the right for allowing their child to take paper-pencil based tests...

2 New Ads: Democrats Recycle Cagle Attacks Against Kemp, Proclaim Abrams is the Bright...

Less than two weeks remain until the nation's most watched gubernatorial race in the nation will show resolve, but the respective parties are still...

Senators Isakson, Perdue Introduce Bill to Help Fill Vacancies at Georgia Military Depots

Perdue & Isakson are taking action to eliminate a current six-month waiting period before retired military service members may be hired as federal civilian employees.

SOS: 64,000 Georgians Successfully Voted Early on New Voting Machines

In just three days of early voting, more than 64,000 Georgians voted in person on the Peach State’s secure and verifiable paper-ballot voting system.

GA Sec. of State issues statement on status of county-level election certification

The latest on the election certification in Georgia

Fair Count running TV advertisement in Georgia: ‘Piece of the Pie’

Fair Count is running a statewide television buy to increase awareness about the 2020 Census and encourage all people, particularly groups of people with historically lower participation rates, to complete the survey.

2 Candidates Announce for Seat Left Vacant by Passing of Senator Jack Hill

Hill's unexpected death on April 6th has left uncertainty about how the senate seat for the 4th district will be filled, as state law does not require that qualifying - which occurred in March - be re-opened. Even still, 2 candidates have announced for the seat so far.

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.

Georgia Attorney General stands with 28 other states to protect WWI memorial

Attorney General Chris Carr recently joined a bipartisan group of 28 states in fighting to protect a 93-year-old memorial honoring World War I veterans...