Were voting machines in Georgia seized and tampered with?

As President Donald Trump and his supporters struggle to hold on to power through unproven claims of voter fraud, Georgia officials are once again debunking a firestorm of social media rumors. The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office said Monday there is no

Georgia judge throws out attempt to overturn election

Georgia’s 2020 presidential election results are set to be certified again after a federal judge in Atlanta dismissed a major lawsuit Monday that sought to overturn the results and declare President Donald Trump the winner. Judge Timothy Batten of the U.S. District

The Sunrise Report: Trump, Kemp and Senate debates

Happy Monday Morning, Georgia! There are 18 days until Christmas, but the news in Georgia hasn’t slowed down. Here’s your rundown of what’s new under the Georgia sun. You may have missed: Catch up on these stories you may have missed over

The Sunrise Report: Giuliani comes to Georgia

We made it to another Friday, folks. Here’s what’s going on. Yesterday’s News: Rudy Giuliani was in Georgia yesterday to talk to a state senate panel about voter fraud. Giuliani and his team urged the legislators to override the Nov. 3 vote

Georgia elections chief backs deputy’s criticism of Trump

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger defended his top election manager Wednesday, one day after Gabriel Sterling criticized President Donald Trump for continuing to pursue claims of massive fraud in last month’s election. “He spoke with passion and he spoke the truth,”

The Georgia state senate will hold hearings on the 2020 election

Top Republican state lawmakers announced Tuesday they plan to hold hearings later this week on the integrity of Georgia’s election system and to take testimony on alleged “elections improprieties” stemming from the 2020 general election. Back-to-back hearings have been scheduled for Thursday

The Sunrise Report: Winter weather moves in

We’ve made it to the end of the Thanksgiving Weekend and what better way to herald in the start of the Christmas season than with a the threat of snow in North Georgia. Let’s just hope everyone has enough toilet paper to

The Sunrise Report: Holiday shopping begins today

Thanksgiving is behind us and the often-chaotic holiday shopping season kicks off today. Here are the things you need to know for today: You may have missed:While you were spending time with family in-person or on Zoom and eating turkey, stuffing and

Is Donald Trump harming Georgia republicans?

With the world watching Georgia’s two runoffs for the state’s U.S. Senate seats and the dust settling on the Nov. 3 election, a comparison of the presidential race to the senate races and to the 2016 election shows that republicans who rejected

Kemp will certify election results, but casts doubt on process

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said in an address Friday afternoon he will certify the state’s election results as required by law, but cast doubt on Georgia’s absentee ballot procedures. Prior to being governor, Kemp was secretary of state and supported the same