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Taylor Swift's Political Instagram Post Causes Spike in Voter Registration The singer flexed her star and social media power by encouraging her 112 million Instagram followers to register to vote by Tennessee's Oct. 9 deadline. After Taylor made the post, Vote.org experienced a nationwide flood of new voter registrations. In just 24-hours, 65,000 new registrations hit the website. Kamari Guthrie, director of communications for Vote.org The number is significant considering just 56,669 voters were register
Elizabeth Warren Takes DNA Test to Prove Native American Ancestry The results show there is
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On the quest to become the first African-American women to be governor in Georgia, democrat candidate Stacey Abrams makes her way through several stops on the campaign trail. Along for the ride, Abrams was accompanied by newly elected United States Representative of Massachusetts 7th Congressional district Ayanna Pressley and United States Senator Elizabeth Warren. (Video by Ryon Horne)
GOP candidate Brian Kemp recently took his campaign bus around middle Georgia while on the race for governor. (Video and photos by Ryon Horne)
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Three Ways to Vote in Georgia
There are a few ways to have your vote counted in Georgia. A few are already available!
A Roswell middle school teacher has drawn interest in relation to the Kavanaugh investigation. Christopher Garrett, 53, a teacher at Atlanta Academy, was interviewed by the FBI earlier this week, his lawyer said. His lawyer said Garrett voluntarily cooperated and has completed his interview. Garrett was mentioned by Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford in their testimonies. Ford said she
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Stacey Abrams on Georgia tax rate cut bill
Abrams addresses recent attacks by Kemp's camp
Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, talks about talks raising the pay for teachers in the state.
Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams spoke Friday on Supreme Court Justice hearing with nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford.
What You Need To Know: Brett Kavanaugh Accuser Deborah Ramirez
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Poll conducted by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs, for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Kim Kardashian: 'I Have Nothing Bad to Say About the President' On Monday, Kim Kardashian appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live where she talked about her recent meeting with president Trump. Kardashian met with Trump to plea for the release of 63-year-old Alice Marie Johnson from prison, who was serving a life sentence for a first-time drug offense. Kim Kardashian, via FOX News Interestingly enough, when president Trump called Kardashian to discuss the release of Johnson, Kardashian was in the middle of
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Barack Obama and George W. Bush to Speak at John McCain's Funeral The former presidents have been asked to deliver eulogies at the funeral for late U.S. Senator John McCain. President Donald Trump will not be invited to the funeral at McCain's personal request. Both Obama and Bush defeated McCain in races for the presidency. Bush defeated him in the 2000 Republican primary and Obama won the presidency in 2008. Despite that, both men maintained good political relationships with the Arizona senator. Former
What You Need to Know - Duncan Hunter
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Secretary of State Brian Kemp speaks to supporters at his first campaign stop during his Putting Georgians First Fly Around at Peachtree DeKalb Airport on Monday, July 23, 2018, in Atlanta. The Republican runoff between Lt. Governor Casey Cagle and Secretary of State Brian Kemp ends Tuesday, after more than a year of bitter GOP infighting over who is the best conservative candidate for governor. (Curtis Compton/ccompton@ajc.com)
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Gov. Nathan Deal endorsed Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle on Monday in the race to succeed him, giving the Republican candidate key support from a popular incumbent in his July 24 race against Secretary of State Brian Kemp. (Alyssa Pointer/ALYSSA.POINTER@AJC.com)
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July 1 marks the beginning of the state government’s fiscal year and the day when many of the hundreds of pieces of legislation the General Assembly passed earlier this year will take effect. Here’s a look at some of them.
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Watch AJC editorial cartoonist, Mike Luckovich draw his Sunday cartoon. (Erica A. Hernandez/AJC)
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Georgia legislators changed the law requiring oncoming drivers to stop for school buses. Currently, drivers must stop unless there is a barrier between the lanes. The new law, which takes effect July 1, could include a turning lane as a barrier, school districts say.
What You Need To Know: Stacey Abrams
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle speaks to his supporters on election day. (Jennifer Brett/AJC)
The polls have opened for Georgia’s primary races, including key contests such as governor and lieutenant governor. Here’s what Georgians had to say about why they are voting today.
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The poll by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs was conducted April 19 to April 26. Each of the 507 respondents indicated they had voted in the 2014 or 2016 Republican primary and that they would likely vote in the May contest. The margin of error is 4.4 percentage points.
J. Alex Halderman held a presentation on the Cybersecurity of US Elections
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