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WATCH: Hunter Hill Releases Second TV Ad

Hunter Hill has released his second ad in the Republican race for Governor of Georgia. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0nDOZflRNg&inf_contact_key=bb65b0f873a91acfffb4fa24e1b15445475d3535977005dbbd07916ee46711f3

Bernie Sanders Endorses Stacey Abrams for Governor

Democrat candidate for Governor of Georgia Stacey Abrams has received a big endorsement from United States Senator and former Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

Georgia Speaker of House wants to name new judicial building after Governor Deal

GA lawmaker wants to name new judicial complex after Nathan Deal.

President Trump Tweets About Georgia Governor’s Race

President Donald Trump is once again weighing in on the Governor's race and he isn't holding back. Kemp was endorsed by Trump and Vice President...

Shafer concedes Georgia GOP Lt. Governor’s race, won’t seek recount

After the completion of the provisional ballot counting process in the GOP race for Lieutenant Governor, Senator David Shafer has conceded.

Transit Overhaul Bill Expected in Senate Committee This Week

What do you think about a plan to overhaul the state funding mechanism for transit? Would you support a pilot program that would provide tax credits for companies that provide transportation for employees?

Georgia Congressman’s opioid regulation bill signed by President Trump

Georgia Congressman's SUPPORT Act signed into law by President Trump, the bill looks combat opioid crisis.

Only 2 votes separate GA lawmaker from challenger in re-do election

Just two votes separate one Georgia state house incumbent and his challenger in a race that was already re-done once before. As the rest of...

New audit says private prisons are not more cost-effective than state-run prisons

A new audit report released at the end of December indicates that privately run prisons are more costly for the state of Georgia than...

Out-of-District Money, Elected Officials Push to Influence Legislative Races Across Georgia

It's an age old political question that comes about every time election season arrives: Should people outside of a district try to meddle in elections to influence how people vote?