To avoid hurting Sen. Raphael Warnock’s re-election chances, the President stayed away from the state, but comes back Sunday to help honor the memory of Martin Luther King.
The defeat of Walker finished off the illusion of disgraced and criminal former president Donald Trump as a kingmaker.
Will Raphael Warnock hold on to his Senate seat or will Trump-endorsed Herschel Walker survive his many scandals?
With more than a million votes cast in early, heavy voting, the runoff next Tuesday could extend Democratic lead in the Senate.
Ads with the candidates’ ex-wives. Cries of “liar” flying in both directions. Stories of a squalid apartment building and abortions under pressure. Questioning an opponent’s
The state’s highest court issued a quick, one-sentence ruling turning down GOP efforts to limit voting in a special election.
In what many see as another attempt to try and stop voting by minorities who might keep a Democratic Senator in office, the GOP is back in court…again.
Obama will appear in Georgia on Dec. 1 as a major supporter of the Warnock, the current senator fighting to keep his seat.
With 50 seats, the Senate has a Democratic majority with Vice President Kamala Harris casting deciding votes. A win in the Georgia runoff gives the security of an absolute majority.
A survey of more than 3,700 voters in Tuesday’s contests, found that Black voters made up roughly 30% of the electorate, and almost all of them — 94% — backed Ossoff and Warnock. The Democrats also relied on the backing of younger voters, people earning less than $50,000 annually and newcomers to the state.