Georgia says new voting system on track, critics skeptical

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.

Governor Kemp delivers State of the State address

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said raising teacher pay is one of his top goals as he gave his second annual State of the State address Thursday, a stance that could put him on a collision course with legislative leaders who want to cut income taxes.

Georgia elections chief wants law changed for US Senate race

Georgia’s top elections official is seeking a last-minute change to state law to ensure he’s authorized to set the deadline for candidates to sign up to challenge newly appointed Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler in the November election.