Brian Kemp

The former Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Georgia noted that a "solid field of candidates" already seeks her party's nod.
The arrests of 12 school board officials and their political allies in Quitman, Ga., became a poster-child case among conservatives that voter fraud was a serious threat.
Reproductive health care and rights organizations are not backing down in the face of nationwide abortion bans.
Thousands of Georgia residents are cut off from voting due to a vaguely worded law that state election officials interpret in the strictest possible manner.
Those opposing the "heartbeat" law include Natalie Portman, Sean Penn, Ben Stiller and Judd Apatow.
Some filmmakers have said they won’t work in the state after the governor signed a “heartbeat bill.”
Like Mississippi and Georgia, Louisiana may soon pass a law that will ban abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp (R) has signed a new “heartbeat” abortion bill into law.
The new law effectively bans abortion after six weeks and makes Georgia one of the hardest states in which to obtain the procedure.
Gov. Brian Kemp is expected to sign a bill giving Georgia one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the country.
The rising Democratic star lost the controversial 2018 election by a very narrow margin amid allegations of voter suppression.
The “heartbeat” abortion bill prohibits most abortions after six weeks from conception and could come to a House vote as early as Thursday.
In response to a proposal for a strict abortion law in Georgia, one lawmaker wants to ban men from having vasectomies.
Georgia's controversial House Bill 481 would outlaw abortions from the moment a fetus' heartbeat is detected.
The state faces several allegations of voter suppression during the midterm elections.
After taking control of the U.S. House, Democrats are trying to compile evidence that shows voter suppression is a much larger problem than voter fraud.
The former Georgia gubernatorial candidate appears in the ad, advocating for changes to Georgia's voting system.
The 2018 midterms were filled with accusations of voter suppression. How did we get there?
Kemp is accused of using his position in charge of state elections to purge voters and reduce polling locations in African-American neighborhoods.
The attorney says a poll worker incorrectly told her she had already requested an absentee ballot when she attempted to vote in person.