Raffensperger blames Stacey Abrams for federal election lawsuit

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is turning up the heat on the Justice Department over its lawsuit challenging controversial election law changes the General Assembly adopted last March. Raffensperger announced Wednesday he has filed a Freedom of Information Act request (FOIA)

Brian Kemp fires back at Joe Biden and his ‘handlers’

The Players: Georgia Governor Brian Kemp and President Joe Biden. The Issue: Kemp signed a massive 95-page election overhaul bill Thursday. The bill limits the amount of time Georgians have to request an absentee ballot, requires a photo ID to request an

Georgia elections chief strikes back against top critic

The Players: Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger lashed out at lawyer Sidney Powell, who was an integral part of voter fraud claims against Georgia in the November election. The Background: Powell is being sued for defamation in federal court by Dominion

Georgia official says Republicans need leadership, not election reform

The Players: Georgia’s Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan appeared on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd to discuss Georgia’s controversial election reform bills. About Geoff Duncan: Duncan, who is a Republican, has been critical of Donald Trump in the past. During the controversy

Georgia lawmaker says people have been ‘brainwashed’ about slavery

The Gist: A Georgia lawmaker sparked controversy after remarks he made Thursday night on Georgia Public Broadcasting’s “Lawmakers” show. The Players: Northwest Georgia state representative Tommy Benton was on “Lawmakers” debating Rep. Al Williams on a measure to replace a statue of

Georgia lawmaker under fire for scathing remarks about John Lewis

A Northeast Georgia state lawmaker was stripped of his Georgia House committee chairmanship Friday for belittling the late Congressman John Lewis’ legacy in a radio interview. It’s the second time Rep. Tommy Benton, R-Jefferson, has lost a leadership position in the General