Demonstrators gathered in front of the Georgia Capitol on Saturday to rally pro-choice supporters to vote in the upcoming election season.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's campaign announced Friday that former Vice President Mike Pence will headline a rally for Kemp ahead of the May 24 primary.
A Georgia judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by former U.S. Sen. David Perdue alleging fraudulent ballots were counted in the state’s most populous county during the 2020 general election.
The longest running campaign finance case in Georgia Ethics Commission history has come to an end. The Commission voted to settle a case that has dragged on for some thirteen years against former Insurance Commissioner and Gubernatorial candidate John Oxendine.
Shortly after Gov. Brian Kemp signed the state's 2023 budget in his hometown, Georgia House Speaker David Ralston endorsed Kemp in the race for governor.
The $30.2 billion spending plan includes an additional $382 million to restore austerity cuts to the Quality Basic Education program that funds the state's K-12 public schools.
A Buford, Georgia woman has filed a campaign finance complaint accusing Republican Labor Commissioner candidate Bruce Thompson of violating Georgia campaign finance laws.
Georgia’s Republican primary for state superintendent of schools is filled with sharp clashes over which of the two candidates performed worse at the job, while the four Democrats seeking the post say they want to steer the state’s school system away from the Republican-driven culture-war clashes that dominated much of this year’s legislative session.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp says special state income tax refunds will begin this week, although it could be early August before everyone who filed a return before the April deadline will get paid.
Josh Clark, one of the six Georgia Republican Senate candidates, is challenging frontrunner Herschel Walker to a one-on-one debate.
Republican David Perdue’s fundraising for his gubernatorial bid improved this spring, but even as he loaned himself $500,000, the challenger still could not keep pace with Republican incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp.
Brad Raffensperger says the Georgia and U.S. Constitutions should be amended to prohibit voting by people who aren’t U.S. citizens. He oversaw a citizenship audit of the state’s voter rolls and has announced plans to further integrate citizenship checks into the voter registration process.
Under the new law, elementary schools must schedule recess every day for children in kindergarten through fifth grade beginning with the 2022-2023 school year.
Georgia Republicans hosted a forum featuring candidates for Georgia's 10th Congressional District seat.
Demoine Kinney is a candidate for state representative in Rockdale County, even though his home is no longer in House District 92.
Pro-life advocates held a rally at the state Capitol days after a leaked Supreme Court draft decision signaled what could be the end of federal abortion protections,
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has accepted a judge's decision that states U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene is qualified to run for reelection.
Republican David Perdue has made election fraud the centerpiece of his run for Georgia governor. But if he hopes to win in this year’s midterm elections, his supporters will have to use the same democratic system he says they shouldn’t trust.
John Gordon’s Republican primary challenge to Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr offers an exceptionally clear contrast over the 2020 election.
Donors gave a towering $11.7 million to the campaign of Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams in the three months ended April 30, her campaign for governor announced Wednesday.