The Republican front-runner in the Georgia governor’s race said in a secretly recorded conversation that he pushed and helped pass an education measure he considered “bad public policy” in order to deprive a political rival of campaign support.
A panel of federal judges has ruled that Georgia can continue using current district lines pending the outcome of a lawsuit alleging racial gerrymandering in two state House districts.
Records show taxpayers initially covered airfare for Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms’ husband to this year’s Super Bowl, despite a policy banning personal use...
Unterman took to Twitter Wednesday to criticize State Representative David Clark for leading the ‘Veterans for Kemp’ coalition for Brian Kemp in the gubernatorial runoff. Unterman said Clark “votes for sexual predators preying on young children being bought & sold for sex” while chastising his partnership with Kemp.
Georgia’s Secretary of State, now running for governor, is pushing to replace the state’s voting machines after years of declaring the current system safe.
Georgia's AG is not bringing charges for Open Meetings law violations. AG would not comment on the reason.
As Republican candidates for Georgia governor face seven more weeks of a bruising runoff battle, even the lengthy runoff itself has become contentious.
An advocacy group backed by various transportation, insurance and business organizations says Georgia has progressed in addressing a backlog of road projects, but should spend hundreds of millions of dollars more to improve its aging infrastructure.
Rosanne Twitter comments spill over into Georgia GOP politics.
Bullock said she thought name recognition and being a Democratic woman helped propel her to win.