The most competitive election cycle in decades could confirm Georgia as a swing state or leave Republicans still in control.
Clara Jackson, 94, was almost 40-year-old when she finally had the opportunity to vote. She insisted on voting in person and says no line to too long to wait.
Processing paper ballots takes significant time and manpower. We explain what that could mean for election results in Georgia.
Taking a look at the safeguards Georgia has in place to ensure the mail-in voting process is secure and that everyone's vote counts.
The Georgia Secretary of State's Office says human error is the reason several voters do not see their ballots as accepted on the state run My Voter Page.
The White House says the president will vote in West Palm Beach, a short drive from his Mar-a-Lago private club.
Here's what you can expect if you plan to vote in-person either during early voting or on election day this year.
Here's why your polling place may have changed and how you can find out where to go before election day.
Election headlines are usually gobbled up by the headliners - like presidential candidates. But inside the Georgia ballot, there is an amendment taxpayers should know about: Amendment 1.
Fulton County is partnering with nontraditional locations to serve as voting precincts this year, including a Burgers with Buck favorite.
As we get closer to election day, some voters in Georgia are feeling more anxious.If you feel this way, you might be dealing with what experts are calling election stress disorder.
From the streets of Atlanta to the comfort of your own home computer, it has never been easier to register to vote.
More voters turning to absentee by mail voting for the 2020 election. Here's what you should know about voting by absentee ballot in Georgia.
It is important to know what races, besides the president, will appear on your ballot before you go to cast your vote on November 3.
Counties across Georgia are busy recruiting and training poll workers ahead of the November 3 election. Here's how you can get involved.
A federal judge ruled on Monday that every polling place in Georgia must have at least one updated paper backup list of eligible voters to help keep long lines from forming on Election Day if electronic pollbooks used to check in voters malfunction.
Georgians who choose to vote by mail are getting another way to keep track of their ballot throughout the process.
Fulton County voters will have more choices when it comes to where to cast their ballot early this fall.
Voting integrity activists will try this week to convince a federal judge that Georgia should scrap its brand new touchscreen voting machines in favor of hand-marked paper ballots. The state, meanwhile, will ask her not to order any changes, especially with an election looming.
Seven candidates have qualified to fill the seat of the late Rep. John Lewis and serve less than 100 days in Congress.