Fahim Akbar (far left) makes a selfie with his parents, Jalal Akbar and Ruby Begum after they voted on Thursday Oct. 18, 2018 at the Cobb County West Park Government Center at 736 Whitlock Ave NW in Marietta that had long lines and waits all week long for early voting that sometimes stretched to three hour waits. JOHN SPINK/JSPINK@AJC.COM

ELECTION PREP: A guide to Georgia’s Election Day

Prepare for Georgia’s Nov. 6 midterm elections with the Politically Georgia podcast. 

Since Qualifying Week, host Greg Bluestein and guests have broken down the races to watch and the issues that are impacting major contests.

You can subscribe and listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher or Spotify. You can also download or stream each episode below.

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What to watch for on Election Day

Bluestein and The AJC's Tamar Hallerman share a final update before Election Day and include what you should watch for.

Election prep

Bluestein called in from the campaign trail in south Georgia to discuss the governor's race, state demographics, and how those demographics may play into statewide races.

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November poll results

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ISSUES WEEKWhere Abrams, Kemp stand on key issues in governor’s race

Bluestein and members of The AJC’s politics team broke down some of the issues in Georgia’s governor’s race on the Politically Georgia podcast. 

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Early voting

Bluestein and The AJC's Mark Niesse take a look at early voting, the stories around voting issues and how candidates are responding to both.

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October poll results

Bluestein and The AJC's Tamar Hallerman analyze the results of a recent poll of Georgia voters and discuss what those results mean leading up to the November election.

Head to our Elections page to find stories on the races for governor, Congress, statewide offices, and more.

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