Voters were greeted by poll workers in masks and traffic-yellow vests Monday at the Cobb County elections department.
The election director for Georgia’s most populous county said Thursday that technical issues have prevented officials from processing absentee ballot applications sent in by email, causing a backlog of thousands of pending applications ahead of the June 9 primaries.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit prompted by the coronavirus outbreak that sought to further delay Georgia’s primary election and to force other changes to the voting process.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger cannot be forced to hold an election that was scheduled for a seat on the state Supreme Court that will become vacant with the resignation of a current justice, the Georgia Supreme Court ruled on Thursday.
As state leaders look for ways to slash their budgets in the wake of the economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger finds one line item in his budget particularly troubling.
A day after earning the endorsement of the National Right to Life Committee, Sen. Kelly Loeffler met virtually with pro-life Georgians Wednesday.
The “veepstakes” competition that unfolds every four years is one of the most unpredictable, often awkward, rituals of politics.
Despite concerns over coronavirus and an executive order by Governor Tony Evers, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled the polls must open Tuesday for primary voting.
2020 candidates at all levels are courting voters, while keeping their distance, through screens.
Voting rights groups and the head of the Democratic National Committee want the states with remaining primary elections to offer voting by mail as a way to ensure that voters can safely cast their ballots amid the coronavirus outbreak.
State and local elections officials have adopted new protocols to protect voters in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
Crowded candidate fields for two U.S. Senate races on Georgia’s 2020 ballots took final shape Friday, the deadline for contenders to sign up. Meanwhile, a woman recently pardoned by President Donald Trump filed paperwork to challenge Democratic U.S. Rep. John Lewis of Atlanta.
A central Florida woman is accused of submitting false voter registration information that switched the party affiliations of voters without their knowledge, sheriff's investigators said.
Georgia’s state election board on Thursday scheduled an emergency hearing on the decision by election officials in one county to use hand-marked paper ballots for the presidential primary rather than the state’s new voting machines.
A Georgia county has opted to ditch the state’s new voting machines and switch to hand-marked paper ballots during early voting for the March presidential primary, despite a warning from the county’s attorney that the decision could result in litigation that’s tough to defend in court.
The Georgia attorney general’s office has concluded that there is no foundation to Republican Gov. Brian Kemp’s allegations that Democrats sought to hack the state’s voter registration system before his 2018 election.
A judge has declined to order election officials in a Georgia county to use hand-marked paper ballots after election integrity activists raised concerns that the state’s new voting machines violate voters’ right to a secret ballot.
The two Republicans vying to win retired U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson's seat qualified for the race Monday.
More than 2.7 million of a record nearly 20.7 million registered voters had returned ballots in early voting, Secretary of State Alex Padilla said. California is among several states holding elections on “Super Tuesday," and the state's 416 delegates are a rich prize for the Democrats.
Legislation filed Friday aims to reduce long lines at Georgia polling places on election day. It would also give county election officials flexibility to determine how many voting machines they think they need for elections that generally have lower turnout.