Democrat Stacey Abrams announced her own bid to unseat Gov. Brian Kemp (R) on Wednesday.
During a recent campaign event, former President Donald Trump may have carelessly revealed details of his 2020 scheme to overturn the election in Georgia.
Trump said he wanted a "special election" in Georgia — part of an idea pushed by some advisers to use the military to force a redo of elections in states he lost.
Gov. Brian Kemp never mentioned former President Donald Trump, who has bashed him for months.
"The Late Show" host offered up a tune more fitting for Republicans as “a rudderless GOP descends into a patriotic word salad.”
"Dad" poses for prom photos with his daughter and her date with a shotgun. "People are doing it. It's a thing, like 'Bang!'" explains Bennett in explosive sketch.
The overhaul of the Civil War-era law came after prosecutors used it to defend the white men who pursued and shot Ahmaud Arbery, who was Black and on a jog.
Three voter engagement groups are calling out the law for banning them from helping Georgians with their absentee ballot applications.
A new Georgia law bars anyone other than election workers from offering food or water to voters close to polling stations.
The Republican governor alleged Major League Baseball had “caved to fear and lies from liberal activists” in its decision to yank its July game out of Atlanta.
“This is Jim Crow in the 21st Century,” Joe Biden said about the law that Georgia's governor signed on Thursday.
"We will not be your punching bag," New Georgia Project CEO Nsé Ufot said. "We will not accept your relentless push to silence our voices."
Georgia Rep. Park Cannon, a Black woman, was arrested after repeatedly knocking on Gov. Brian Kemp’s door to see him sign a law that makes it harder for people of color to vote.
State Rep. Park Cannon, a Black woman, was arrested and accused of obstruction after protesting a bill that makes it harder for Georgians to vote.
Georgia's GOP governor is pledging allegiance to Trump, even though the former president repeatedly trashed him.
Former Vice President Mike Pence and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp are the latest wavering Republicans to fall back in line with their leader.
President Trump ranted over the audit results and accused Georgia's secretary of state of rigging the election for his non-existent brother.
The Republican governor's motion to dismiss a lawsuit challenging election results called the complaints “outlandish.”
Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan said Trump's “mountains of misinformation" are hurting Republicans' chances for winning the state's Senate runoffs.