State leaders, including Governor Brian Kemp, talked about their determination to give local communities, schools, and businesses the tools they need to get through the COVID-19 crisis and move forward in 2021.
The deadline for remaining absentee and provisional ballots is at 5 p.m. today in Georgia.Military and overseas absentee ballots postmarked by Tuesday, and provisional ballots making it to the Board of Registrars Office here in Chatham County are now being verified.
During the attack at the U.S. Capitol, WTOC spoke to Representative Buddy Carter who in the moment said he was safe, condemned the rioters, but said what happened would not change his stance on the certification process.
Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, a former Georgia leader who serves on President Donald Trump’s cabinet, says he was in Georgia but watched Wednesday’s events in Washington D.C. with astonishment and disappointment.
U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham called for a task force to identify and prosecute those who forced their way into the U.S. Capitol and forced lawmakers out of their chambers as they worked to affirm the Electoral College vote.
President Donald Trump’s legal team has withdrawn its election contests against Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger as well as several other challenges against top state officials, according to a press release from Raffensperger’s office.
Some of President Trump’s own Cabinet members have been whispering about whether to move forward with formal proceedings to invoke the 25th Amendment and remove him from office days before his term ends.
Reverend Raphael Warnock has broken plenty of barriers on his way to becoming a U.S. Senator. Although he’s now a long way from where he started here in Savannah, he says he hasn't forgotten his roots and we found some residents who haven’t forgotten him either.
First Congressional District Rep. Nancy Mace says she will not join dozens of GOP colleagues who have said they plan to object the Electoral College’s selection of President-Elect Joe Biden when Congress convenes on Wednesday.
“When you see a 33% turnout in a runoff election like we’ve seen, you usually don’t see that. You may see a 15% turnout so, we might have doubled that turnout of what we’re used to seeing,” said Chatham County Board of Elections Commissioner Antwan T. Lang.
Georgia Board of Elections member Matthew Mashburn has confirmed to WTOC that another board member, David Worley, has asked the Secretary of State’s Office to investigate a phone call from over the weekend between President Donald Trump and Secretary Brad Raffensperger.
We’re now less than a week out from the runoff election here in Georgia. At stake of course two crucial senate seats. Early today one of the candidates vying for a seat, Senator Kelly Loeffler made a stop in Savannah.
This week, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is taking action to prevent out-of-state voters from attempting to move to Georgia just to cast a ballot in the runoff election and then leave again.
While out supporting their candidates, of opposite political parties, Curran Ford & Karen Haythorne seemed to break from the norm. Offering help and kindness to each other during a contentious runoff election.