Stacey Abrams was Georgia's Democratic nominee for governor in 2018. Since her defeat, she founded Fair Fight Action, an organization that works to protect voting rights. Now she is under consideration to be former Vice President Joe Biden's 2020 running…
Atlanta’s police department says it can still protect the city even though officers are calling out to protest a member of the force being charges with murder for shooting a man in the back.
By Kate Brumback, Associated Press
A top Georgia voting official, voting implementation manager Gabriel Sterling, said Friday that he had seen no evidence yet of the issue and found it difficult to believe the reports were “an active description of what is happening on the…
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press
The chaos during Georgia's primary elections frustrated voters, but also put a strain on poll workers. Some were staffing the polls for the first time on Tuesday after concerns about the coronavirus scared away more experienced workers.
By Sudhin Thanawala, Associated Press
New voting machines, trouble with absentee ballots and a pandemic combined to create chaos in Georgia’s Tuesday primary. After some voters waited in line more than five hours to cast their ballots, Georgia’s secretary of state called the problems “unacceptable”…
By Associated Press
Many Democrats blamed the Republican secretary of state for hourslong lines, voting machine malfunctions, provisional ballot shortages and absentee ballots failing to arrive in time for Tuesday's elections.
By Associated Press
The former vice president was declared the winner Tuesday, after a day of voting problems plagued Georgia. Voters reported long lines, equipment not working and absentee ballots not received. Polling places in at least nine counties extended voting hours because…
By Bill Barrow, Ben Nadler, Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Long lines formed at some polling places in Georgia as the state held twice-delayed primary elections amid challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic. One state lawmaker says there's a "complete meltdown" in the Atlanta area.
By Zeke Miller, Ben Nadler, Associated Press
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is lobbying for the Republican National Convention to be moved to his state from North Carolina despite coronavirus fears.
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