A lawsuit alleges that officials in a Georgia county broke state law and should have to reconsider recent changes to several polling places in predominantly black neighborhoods.
Georgia's Insurance Commissioner, Ralph Hudgens, announced Monday that he will not be seeking re-election. Read his letter to the People -->
Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp called it an attempted federal takeover and insisted his office was already protecting Georgia’s vote from hackers.
The Georgia General Assembly appropriated $100,000 to the Georgia Student Finance Authority for the 2017 Fiscal Year to grant financial assistance to veterinarians willing to provide food animal services in under-served areas across the state
Georgia's own Senator Perdue continues his push on the delay of the August recess until Congress has finished the important work of the session.
Georgia’s top elections official announced Friday that his office plans to take over managing the state’s elections technology after major security mistakes were discovered at the center that has done the work for 15 years.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter is being treated for dehydration in Canada, where he’s helping build houses for Habitat for Humanity.
Whether or not a Georgia sheriff arrested in connection to a confrontation in a Florida bar will be suspended now depends on a special panel appointed by Governor Deal.
Georgia Senator David Perdue continues to lead on working through August recess.
Staff members for Rep. John Lewis (D, GA-05) were threatened by a man who may now stand trial for his actions.