The trend is clear. Georgia’s electorate is different in 2020 than it was in 2016. Poll after poll shows that Democrats are in a stronger position than they have been in about 15 years. From the presidential election to the two Senate seats on the ballot this November, it’s clear that more Georgia voters are supporting Democratic candidates. Pres. Donald Trump vs Joe Biden According to polling averages generated by FiveThirtyEight, Joe Biden leads incumbent
Georgia Democrats have a chance to win back the majority in the Georgia State House for the first time since 2004. The stakes are very high in this election. In addition to healthcare, the economy and the environment, among many other issues — the big prize in 2020 will be the once-in-a-decade chance to draw legislative maps. If successful, Democratic representatives will be able draw the legislative maps or appoint an independent committee to draw
Bibb County is delivering school lunches to students’ neighborhoods while the community deals with the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. Find the delivery schedule below.
Better Georgia writer Jaylan A. Scott was recently featured on the front page of The Georgia State Signal as the face of the next generation of Democrats. At only 20 years old, Jaylan has been part of political campaigns for Stacey Abrams and DNC Vice Chair Michael Blake, amongst others. In addition to his campaign experience and work with Better Georgia and Southern Majority, Jaylan serves as Executive Vice President of the Young Democrats of
Perdue accepted $325,000 above legal limits Took in more than $117,000 in prohibited contributions Failed to disclose $128,972 in debt Paid $30,000 fine in settlement Sen. David Perdue is one of Donald Trump’s most loyal and most outspoken defenders.
The following is a transcript of a chat about Georgia politics with Amy Morton, Bryan Long & Louis Elrod. It has been lightly edited for clarity. Bryan Long: Welcome to our very first Better Georgia political chat! Let’s talk about money in politics. Amy Morton: On Good Friday, also the day after the Mueller report. Bryan Long: Good Friday, indeed. The Federal first quarter reporting period just ended. I’m wondering what this means for Georgia.