In her first campaign event in metro Atlanta, U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler highlighted her pro-life agenda and a key endorsement.
A third Republican state lawmaker has entered the race for a heavily conservative Georgia congressional seat, two weeks after Republican Rep. Doug Collins announced he’s running for U.S. Senate.
Bernie Sanders won New Hampshire’s primary election, narrowly edging moderate rival Pete Buttigieg and scoring the first clear victory in the chaotic 2020 nomination fight.
A federal judge has rejected Georgia officials’ arguments in an election-related lawsuit and ruled that information being sought by a journalist and an activist is subject to public disclosure.
The King Center and the Georgia Secretary of State want to make sure you know about the state's new secure paper ballot system.
This event helps determine who the Democratic candidate — and potentially future president — will be.
Two Republicans are headed to a runoff election next month for a south Georgia state Senate seat, after no candidate won a majority of votes Tuesday.
This year's Black History Month theme highlights over a century of voting struggles for black Americans.
Georgia has used a special state House election to work out some kinks with the state’s new voting machines.
Georgia’s chief elections administrator is now among those who are saying rules shouldn’t change for elections this year.
In Iowa, it may be important to have a “second choice” or a backup candidate who you might support during a second round of the caucus, if your favorite doesn’t meet the required 15-percent threshold.
Georgia is on track to have its new election system ready for the presidential primaries in March, lawyers for the state assured a judge Friday, but critics pushed for a more concrete backup plan in case things don’t go as planned.
In late December 2019, the plaintiffs were finally able to obtain a copy of the server’s contents that the FBI made in March 2017 and retained — after the state allegedly dragged its feet in securing the image.
The Pew Research Center revealed that groups including millennials, Generation X and even younger voters in Generation Z cast more votes than older generation voters.
Georgia's Secretary of State and the Georgia Cyber Center at Augusta University announced a partnership to protect the state's election system.
DeKalb County received the largest delivery made to date, of Georgia’s new voting equipment.
A federal judge ruled Friday that he won't undo Georgia's efforts to remove almost 100,000 voters from its rolls.
Two Republicans and a Democrat have qualified to run for a vacant state House seat in southwest Georgia.
After purging more than 300,000 voters from the rolls, Georgia election officials restored roughly 22,000 of them Thursday, citing an error in the way their voting history had been screened.