The 32-year-old candidate made national news when he ran in a House special election in 2017, and now he's back to challenge GOP Sen. David Perdue.
Under President Donald Trump? Probably.
The student's lawyers and Perdue's team disagree over the exchange.
The lawmaker was on campus to endorse the Republican candidate for Georgia governor.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ignored women, then shook a random man's hand. Sen. David Perdue hid in a bathroom.
The president went after Sen. Dick Durbin, who said Trump did indeed call Haiti and African nations "shithole" countries.
The president held an event at the White House to promote a new bill for a "merit-based" immigration system.
The conservative crowd laughed.
Jack Kingston had to tell his jubilant supporters that they had lost the big precincts and the senate race.
A well-timed negative ad can be brutal on a campaign.
Sen. David Perdue is blocking his own judicial nominee, Dax Lopez, over immigration reform.
Not only have Republicans blocked comprehensive immigration reform when it had a real chance of passing, they're now trying yet again to bring up unconstitutional bills to drive their point home.
Elections are moving targets. Nonetheless, absent dramatic irregularities in the election context, polls focused on high visibility races are usually robust predictive tools. Obviously, this was not the case in this year's midterm elections.