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Kemp will certify election results, but casts doubt on process

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp said in an address Friday afternoon he will certify the state’s election results as required by law, but cast doubt on Georgia’s absentee ballot procedures. Prior to being governor, Kemp was secretary of state and supported the same procedures he criticized in his statement. “”It’s important to note that this audit only looked at ballots, not the signatures on the absentee applications or the signatures on the ballot envelopes. The Georgians

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Mike Pence motorcade stuck in traffic after making wrong turn outside Atlanta: reports

Vice President Mike Pence’s motorcade went the wrong direction on 285 – east instead of west – on Friday before finding its way back to the correct direction. They then had to ease their way through gridlocked traffic to Dobbins Air Force Base. Pence was in Georgia to support the two GOP candidates whose races […] Raw Story Read More

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Republican Brian Kemp announces he will abide by Georgia law and accept certified results that Trump lost

Georgia certified it’s 2020 general election results on Friday — and the state’s GOP governor announced he will follow state law and accept the results. “State law now requires the governor’s office to formalize the certification, which paves the way for the Trump campaign to pursue other legal options and a separate legal option if […] Raw Story Read More

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Pence Comes To Georgia Ahead Of Senate Runoffs

Vice President Mike Pence is campaigning Friday in Georgia as the state’s two Republican senators try to beat back Democratic challenges in runoff races on Jan. 5 that will determine who controls the Senate at the outset of President-elect Joe Biden’s administration. The trip highlights a critical juncture both for the Republican Party and for Pence, as the vice president tries to balance his own political future  with his loyalties to a president who has

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Investigators search for arsonist connected to Gwinnett County vehicle fire

Gwinnett County fire investigators are trying to determine who is responsible for setting a 2003 Nissan Altima on fire in front of a mobile home during the early morning hours of Nov. 10. Fire Department officials say the car was parked on the street overnight and was unattended. The incident occurred on Howe Lane in unincorporated Loganville. A neighbor was able to smother the flames before the fire truck arrived around 4:30 a.m. According to investigators, the

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Pence visits Georgia in campaign to save senate seats

Vice President Mike Pence swung through North Georgia Friday to boost the runoff campaigns for the state’s two Republican senators as they battle strong Democratic contenders for control of the U.S. Senate. Pence’s rally stops in Cherokee and Hall counties came as Georgia’s presidential election results were set to be certified Friday afternoon, confirming President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the state over President Donald Trump. The vice president made it plain that with Biden’s win