Georgia U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson Resigning At Year's EndIsakson's health-related resignation means Georgia voters will now have two Senate races on 2020's ballot.
Stacey Abrams Faces Balancing Act On RaceStacey Abrams is betting that charm, unabashed liberalism and her roots can motivate a coalition of black voters, liberal whites in the city and enough white voters elsewhere to overcome persistent Deep South divisions over race, culture and politics.
Caravan Of High Profile Figures Campaigning In Governor’s RaceOprah Winfrey will campaign Thursday for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams as part of a caravan of high-profile figures marking the final days of Abrams' tight race with Republican Brian Kemp.
Trump, Obama Head To Georgia For Final WeekendObama will campaign with Democrat Stacey Abrams and other Democrats at Morehouse College on Friday in Atlanta. A White House official confirms Trump will be in Georgia on Sunday to campaign for Republican Brian Kemp.
'My Civic Duty': How The Governor's Race Is Reenergizing Georgia VotersThe Georgia governor's race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp is drawing voters to the polls early and in record numbers.
'Voting While Black': Activists Attempt To Create A Black WaveThat includes Georgia, where African-Americans make up nearly 31% of the population but, like many voters, sit out off-year elections in droves.
Democrat Secretary Of State Candidate Strikes A Different Campaign ToneWhile Abrams runs as an unabashed liberal and gains national attention for her historic potential, Barrow's campaign is notable for a different reason. He's the most prominent white man running as a Democrat in Georgia this year, navigating the politics of a state undergoing rapid demographic shifts and a party that is putting a premium on gender and racial diversity.
Jimmy Carter Asks Brian Kemp To ResignThe 94-year-old Carter's request, made in an Oct. 22 letter obtained by The Associated Press, is the latest turn in a campaign whose closing month is being defined by charges of attempted voter suppression and countercharges of attempted voter fraud.
Judge: Stop Rejecting Mail Ballots Due To Signature MismatchA federal judge ruled Wednesday that Georgia election officials must stop rejecting absentee ballots and absentee ballot applications because of a mismatched signature without first giving voters a chance to fix the problem.
Abrams Kemp Debate Dominated By Voting AccessVoter suppression charges and counterclaims of encouraging illegal voting dominated the first debate between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp in the race for Georgia governor.
Abrams Defends Burning State Flag In '92The campaign of Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is defending her involvement in burning the state flag, which contained a prominent Confederate symbol, during a protest while in college more 25 years ago.
Georgia Tech Student Sues David Perdue Over Cellphone DisputeA Georgia Tech student is suing U.S. Sen. David Perdue, accusing the politician of snatching a cellphone from him during a campaign event in Atlanta.
Governor’s Race: Claims Of Voter Suppression And Undocumented VotersSecretary of State Brian Kemp, the Republican nominee, says Democrat Stacey Abrams and liberal allies are fighting for immigrants without legal status to cast ballots in the Nov. 6 midterm elections. Abrams' campaign says that's untrue and Kemp is deliberately twisting her words and her record.
Claims Of Vote Suppression And Publicity Stunts In Governor’s RaceAbrams' New Georgia Project filed a similar suit ahead of the 2014 midterm election that ultimately was thrown out. In a related move, Kemp's office launched an investigation of the organization but closed it without disclosing any findings of voter fraud.
Abrams Demands Kemp's Sec of State Resignation Over Voter Registration UproarGeorgia Democrat Stacey Abrams' campaign is calling on Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp to resign following a report his office is using a controversial verification law to effectively suppress the minority vote in their race to become the state's next governor.