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What to watch in Georgia politics in 2019

January’s almost over, but the year’s still getting started in Georgia politics.

The inauguration of the state’s new leadership has passed and the 2019 legislative session is underway, but after a tumultuous election year in 2018, there will be plenty to watch in Georgia in 2019 and in the lead-up to the 2020 election cycle.

In the latest episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tamar Hallerman discuss the biggest questions they have for 2019 and what to keep your eye on ahead of the 2020 election season.

Subscribe on Apple PodcastsGoogle PlayStitcherSpotify or anywhere you listen to podcasts. You can also download or stream the episode above.

Reading material (separated by topic mentioned):

Will Georgia emerge as a legit battleground state?

Who will challenge David Perdue?

What will Stacey Abrams do?

Will lawmakers tackle Georgia’s voting issues?

Can Republicans make up lost ground in the suburbs?

How will Democrats leverage their new power in Georgia?

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