Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is fending off a challenger fueled by Donald J. Trump’s election lies. But do voters still care about 2020 as much as the former president does?
Author: Maya King
Abortion Is Already Animating the Senate Race in Georgia
Raphael D. Warnock is one of the most vulnerable Democrats in the coming midterm elections.
Marjorie Taylor Greene Could Represent 2 Largely Black Atlanta Suburbs
Powder Springs is one of two predominantly Black suburbs drawn into the far-right Republican’s district. If Ms. Greene is their voice in Congress, will she speak for them?
Kemp and Perdue Debate, Looking Back at 2020 and Ahead to Abrams
Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia and his Republican primary opponent, former Senator David Perdue, bickered over the previous election — and over who would be more likely to defeat Stacey Abrams in November.
Herschel Walker’s Senate Bid in Georgia Is Powered by Fandom
The football-star-turned-candidate has been converting Bulldogs fans into supporters. But some Republicans worry voters are blinded by his celebrity.
In Georgia, Trump Tries to Revive a Sputtering Campaign
The former president held a rally in rural Georgia on Saturday in an attempt to jump-start David Perdue’s campaign to unseat Gov. Brian Kemp.
Why Stacey Abrams Is Rejecting Her Democratic Stardom
On the campaign trail for Georgia governor, she is talking more about Medicaid expansion than voting rights, betting that a hyperlocal strategy and the state’s leftward tilt can lift her to victory.