We're now just days away from the final elections of the 2020 campaign, with two critical runoffs in Georgia determining control in the U.S. Senate. More than 2.8 million people have cast ballots so far. Stephen Fowler, a political reporter…
The large early voter turnout in Georgia's Senate runoffs suggest that voters are eager to have a say in statewide races with major national implications.
By Daniel Bush
Republican Sen. David Perdue of Georgia carried out a series of well-timed stock transactions at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
By Brian Slodysko, Richard Lardner, Associated Press
Nearly 5 million ballots were cast in Georgia, where razor-thin margins in the presidential election mean the state will enter a recount process in the coming weeks, and a January runoff will decide the fate of both the state’s Senate…
By PBS NewsHour
By Ben Nadler, Associated Press
Georgia's voters have one more chance to make their voices heard about the state's election infrastructure.
In our news wrap Wednesday, no Republican earned enough primary votes to qualify for California’s Senate race, meaning that for the first time in Golden State history, two Democrats will face one another in a November runoff. Also, Italian authorities…
By PBS NewsHour
Weeks after a presidential runoff election in Afghanistan, uncertainty still reigns over who will be the country’s next leader. Preliminary results were delayed after continued allegations of fraud. Judy Woodruff takes a closer look at the standstill with Sean Carberry…
Former Afghan presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah spoke with Margaret Warner in Kabul Wednesday to discuss his decision to drop out of the runoff election and allegations of electoral fraud shrouding President Hamid Karzai's new term.
Gwen Ifill speaks with policymakers about the American response to President Karzai's victory this week.
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