Georgia congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis on Monday threw his support behind the woman seeking to become the nation’s first female African-American governor, calling her bid an opportunity to make the state “a model for our nation.”
One candidate vying for the spot as Georgia's next Lieutenant Governor earned a heavy endorsement Monday.
And, they're off! As of the June 30, 2017 campaign contribution disclosure report due date, a total of seven brave (or, crazy, depending on your perspective) gubernatorial candidates have filed their June 30 reports with the (formerly known as) Ethics Commission.
A Georgia Senate study committee is research the long-term effects of corporate and personal tax incentives to the state.
2 new faces in high-ranking positions in Georgia.
A lawsuit alleges that officials in a Georgia county broke state law and should have to reconsider recent changes to several polling places in predominantly black neighborhoods.
Georgia's Insurance Commissioner, Ralph Hudgens, announced Monday that he will not be seeking re-election. Read his letter to the People -->
Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp called it an attempted federal takeover and insisted his office was already protecting Georgia’s vote from hackers.