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New mayor pro tem selected in Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill council members selected a new mayor pro tem on Tuesday night.

State GOP cancels 2020 presidential primary

Over the weekend, South Carolina joined Nevada and Kansas as the three states that have decided to forgo Republican Presidential Primaries or Caucuses in 2020.

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Democratic presidential candidate Julian Castro campaigns in the Lowcountry

Castro will share the debate stage in less than two weeks with some strong candidates. He says he’s ready for debate number three.

  City of Pooler fears adding new polling locations right now would lead to invalid election

Election day is coming up Nov. 5, but for Pooler voters, heading to the polls will look almost exactly the same.

  Georgia’s Johnny Isakson to resign U.S. Senate seat at end of 2019

U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson, R-Ga., issued a statement Wednesday regarding the end of his service in the U.S. Senate.

With qualifying deadline up, Chatham Board of Elections looks to November election

The qualifying deadline to run for public office in Chatham County is now behind us, and cities are wrapping up their lists of candidates running for public office.

  Pooler mayor announces he will not run for re-election

Pooler Mayor Mike Lamb announced Friday during a city council meeting that he will not be running for re-election.

19 people qualify for Savannah City Council election

We now have a final look at who wants to be the next mayor of Savannah.

  Qualifying begins for Richmond Hill’s three vacant city council seats

This city has three vacant seats to fill. The fee for qualifying for those three seats is $150.

Qualifying opens for upcoming general elections in Chatham Co.

Monday, Aug. 19 is the first day to qualify for the November general election. Local races will decide the mayor as well as multiple aldermen positions.

  Pete Buttigieg campaigns in the Lowcountry

Many South Carolinians and even some Georgians filled the gymnasium at Whale Branch Middle School in Seabrook on Saturday to listen to Buttigieg’s vision for the country.

Andrew Yang makes stops in the Lowcountry during campaign visit

A presidential hopeful made a visit to the Lowcountry on Thursday.

  Garden City mayor announces re-election campaign

Garden City Mayor Don Bethune officially announced on Tuesday that he would be running for Mayor again on Nov. 5.

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg to campaign in the Lowcountry

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg will be in the Lowcountry this weekend for campaign events.

  Re-election launch watch party held Tuesday in Savannah for President Trump

Watch parties gathered across the Coastal Empire as President Donald Trump announced his re-election campaign, Tuesday night.

Tybee Island mayor not seeking re-election, running for Chatham Co. chairman

The current mayor of Tybee Island has announced he is running for the chair of Chatham County.

  Two candidates announce their run against Buddy Carter for GA’s 1st Congressional District

With more than a year until the general election, two Georgia 1st Congressional District candidates say they believe they have what it takes to keep the state of Georgia and the country moving forward.

GA Gov. Kemp signs several bills at Savannah Convention Center

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp was at the Savannah Convention Center this weekend to hold a bill signing ceremony.

Candidates running for President in 2020

Stay up to date with the latest information on the 2020 presidential candidates with this story.

  Savannah mayoral candidate arrested on aggravated stalking charges

The Pooler Police Department has arrested a man who is a candidate for mayor in Savannah.

Find my Georgia Lawmaker

As the Georiga General Assembly reconvene’s for 2019, now is a perfect time to know the lawmaker that represents your area and interents as bills become state laws.

Georgia House approves Bible electives for public schools

Public high schools in Georgia could soon have greater freedom to offer courses on Christianity under legislation approved by the state House.

GA Sec of State Office opens investigation over possible missing absentee applications

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is opening an investigation into possible missing absentee ballot applications during the 2018 election cycle.

  85 percent vote in favor of ESPLOST renewal in Vidalia, Toombs County

Vidalia and Toombs County Schools could see some big improvements, thanks to a special vote on Tuesday.