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Candidates for federal office in Georgia have raked in more than $56 million in contributions since January.
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Misinformation is killing Georgians. Many say they don’t know who to trust or why the science keeps changing. That’s why some people refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
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The second annual National Faith & Blue Weekend is happening this weekend in cities across the state of Georgia and the nation.
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Gov. Kemp assures Georgians still have access to monoclonal antibody treatment a recent change in the distribution model during a briefing at the Capitol on Thursday.
A draft proposal of Georgia's new congressional boundaries released by two top Senate Republicans would make one Democratic metro Atlanta swing seat safer while drawing the other into more GOP-friendly exurbs.
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Pushing back qualifying and spring primary date is necessary to finish the intricate redistricting process changes required by law says the Georgia Association of Voter Registrations and Elections Officials.
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Faculty at colleges and universities in Georgia are protesting the Board of Regents’ COVID-19 policy that says masks cannot be mandatory and classes should be in person.
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Former President Donald Trump continues to show his interest in Georgia politics with his planned 'Save America' rally in Perry, Georgia.
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Governor Brian Kemp encouraged Georgians to get vaccinated after he signed an executive order to send out additional National Guard troops to assist in hospitals.
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Georgia Republican candidates met up for the 8th District Annual Fish Fry over the weekend as they gear up for the Georgia primaries.