Ga. representatives on safety measures at the State Capitol

The inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden is just a couple of days away and many of Georgia’s law enforcement agencies are present at the State Capitol.

Perdue concedes in Senate runoff race

  Paramedics help Lee Co. man minutes after voting

Loeffler concedes to Warnock in Senate race

Ga. congressman calls on V.P. to step in for President Trump

President Trump’s legal team withdraws Ga. election challenges

Ga. SoS answers election questions from Congress

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Lauren ‘Bubba’ McDonald wins fourth term on Georgia Public Service Commission

’I was very disappointed’: Ga. Congressman on Wednesday’s violence in D.C.

State, national political leaders react to violent protests in D.C.

WATCH LIVE: Kemp, other top state officials to hold Wednesday afternoon press conference

Ossoff wins Ga. Senate seat, gives Dems control

  ‘Takes the cake’: Lee Co. election officials talk recent election cycle

Georgia election officials give update on Senate runoff elections; talk ‘unprecedented’ voter turnout

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is set to give an update on the Georgia runoff elections Wednesday morning.

  ‘Thank you so much’: Ossoff claims victory in race against Perdue

Ossoff claimed victory over Republican Incumbent David Perdue Wednesday. The Associated Press has not called the race in Ossoff’s favor but Ossoff does have a small lead over Perdue.

  Officials: Voter investigation active in Worth Co.

Worth County Election officials said the investigation was started by the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office.

  South Georgia voters utilize three different voting methods during runoff election

A ballot scanner at the Pine Bluff Albany precinct malfunctioned after being “logic and accuracy tested.”

  Voters head to the polls in Lowndes Co.

Columbia County voting snag catches Trump’s attention

WATCH LIVE: Georgia Secretary of State holds press conference on runoff election day

Want to track the elections? Check out this interactive map.

Decision day in Georgia with Senate majority at stake

  Georgia voters encouraged to report issues

  Report: Political signs stolen from Albany veteran’s front lawn

An Albany man didn’t let thieves get him down after he said his political signs were stolen from his front lawn.

Vice President-elect Harris campaigns for Ossoff and Warnock in Savannah

Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is expected to visit Savannah Sunday.

U.S. lawmakers call on Georgians to vote on Jan. 5

The Georgia Senate runoff election is coming up on Tuesday, January 5th.

Sen. Perdue looks ahead to Election Day while quarantining

Senator David Perdue and his wife are currently quarantining ahead of the critical last few days ahead of Georgia’s pair of U.S. Senate elections.

Senators Loeffer, Perdue cosponsor $2,000 stimulus check legislation

This bill specifically includes a bill sponsored by the senators the Securing America’s Future Elections and Votes (SAFE Votes) Act, to create a bipartisan commission to review the 2020 election and report to Congress with recommendations to strengthen election integrity going forward.

  Judge issues order in Georgia counties’ voter eligibility challenges

Judge Leslie Abrams Garnder issued the order in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia.

  Dougherty Co. elections board denies another voter eligibility challenge

In a unanimous vote, the board denied an eligibility challenge of seven voters.

  Last day of early voting kicks off

Early voting ends Thursday at 5 p.m. if your county voting precinct is closed on New Year’s Day.

  ‘We have to have your voice’: Stacey Abrams visits Albany and delivers final push to early voting

Abrams was also campaigning for Democratic candidates Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.

  ‘We are open’: Lee Co. Elections Office sees 500+ voters each day during early voting

After Thursday, the next opportunity that people will have to vote in the run-off election will be on election day, January 5th.

  Judge Gardner to file order in voter eligibility case out of Muscogee and Ben Hill counties soon

Judge Gardner is expected to file a complete order either Wednesday night or Thursday.

WATCH LIVE: Georgia Sec. of State’s Office holds Wednesday press conference

The press conference will be the latest briefing related to the elections in the Peach State.

President-elect, Vice President-elect travel to Georgia ahead of runoff election

The President-elect and Vice President-elect will be in Georgia a few days after the New Year.

  National radio personality hosts Albany drive-in rally for Warnock

Nationally-syndicated radio personality Roland Martin made a campaign stop in Albany Tuesday night for Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock.

  Black Voters Matter bus stops in Sylvester

More than 50 people came out to see a Black Voters Matter bus roll through Sylvester Tuesday.

  No issues reported at Worth County polls

Officials WALB News 10 that approximately 2,400 people have already cast their ballot in Worth County as early voting wraps up this week.

  Iowa senator rallies in Albany for Republican candidates ahead of Georgia runoffs

The Republican U.S. senator paid a visit to BJ’s Country Buffet.

Raffensperger: No fraud found in Cobb Co. ballot signature audit

The audit found “no fraudulent absentee ballots” with a 99 percent confidence threshold.

Raffensperger takes issue with Albany judge’s ruling

Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger Tuesday issued a release criticizing one of Albany’s federal court judges.

Judge blocks residency challenges to 4,000 Georgia voters

U.S. District Court Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner said in an order Monday that denying so many voters access to the ballot so close to an election would likely violate the National Voter Registration Act.

  Dougherty Co. elections board rejects voter eligibility challenge

An Albany city commissioner and a resident challenged the eligibility of 3,000 voters. The board met to determine if probable cause existed for those challenges.

Wealthy voters are ‘mythical middle’ in Georgia Senate races

Georgia’s most affluent voters could hold the balance in the state’s twin U.S. Senate runoffs on Jan. 5.

  Loeffler stops in the Good Life City, urges Georgians to vote Republican in Senate runoffs

Loeffler, who spoke at the Albany Regional Airport Sunday afternoon, pushed Georgians to get out to the polls on behalf of herself and fellow Republican Sen. David Perdue.

Interactive: Tracking stops Georgia Senate candidates made in SWGA

The candidates for Georgia’s dual U.S. Senate runoff elections have been campaigning all over the Peach State. But how often have they stopped in our corner of the state?

Georgia Senate campaign trail intensifies as majority control hangs in the balance

With control of the U.S. Senate coming down to Georgia, high-profile Republicans and Democrats from far and wide are campaigning in the Peach State.

  Lowndes Co. Board of Elections rejects challenge

Lowndes County Elections Board rejected a challenge in the early voting process.

SOS: Ga. elections officials overwhelmed by 3 parallel elections

“Reforming Georgia’s absentee ballot request process to only those who have a specific need would take a large burden off of the overwhelmed elections officials here in Lowndes County and across the state,” said Lowndes County Elections Director Deb Cox.

LIVE: Vice President-elect Kamala Harris appearing in Columbus

The first woman elected to office in the White House is making a visit to Columbus this afternoon.

  Donald Trump Jr. stops in Ocilla, campaigns for Perdue, Loeffler

"They’re gonna be holding the America first agenda.”

  Lee Co. election officials get complaints about runoff campaign ads

They believe elections and registration staff have control over when and how you see campaign ads.

  Supporters of Perdue, Ossoff talk why they back the candidates

The Georgia Senate runoff election is Jan. 5.

  Jon Ossoff makes another campaign stop in the Good Life City

Ossoff is facing off against Republican Senator David Perdue in the Jan. 5 runoff election.

  Lee County sees high early voter turnout for runoff election

Lee County election officials said so far they have topped their November election numbers as early voting rolls into its third day.

  Senator David Perdue makes campaign stop at Leesburg restaurant

Senator David Perdue is looking for a big victory in his January runoff against Democrat Jon Ossoff.

Federal judge rejects Georgia election lawsuit

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office said this came after a ruling against four groups trying to reinstate the voter registrations of thousands that no longer live in Georgia ahead of the Jan. 5 runoff.

WATCH LIVE: Georgia Sec. of State’s Office to hold Wednesday press conference

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is holding an early Wednesday afternoon press conference.

  Dougherty Co. elections board OKs Saturday early voting

Early voting will be available on Saturday, Dec. 19. Voters can cast their ballot from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

  Worth Co. sees high early voter turnout for runoff election

Worth County Board of Elections officials said they had a higher than normal turnout for early voting in a runoff election.

  Dougherty Co. election supervisor talks first day of early voting

Jon Ossoff is scheduled to host a rally in the parking lot of the Civic Center Thursday.

  Perdue makes campaign stop in the Good Life City

The campaign flew into Eagles of America/Southwest Georgia Regional Airport as part of the senator’s “Win Georgia, Save America” tour.

Georgia Democratic electors cast 16 votes for Joe Biden

Georgia’s 16 Electoral College votes have been cast for Democrat Joe Biden for president.

Georgia Secretary of State’s office dealing with more election complaints than usual

The number of election complaints filed in the state of Georgia prompted the Secretary of State’s office to ask another agency for help.

Dougherty Co. election office prepares for early voting in runoff

The Dougherty County Board of Election voted to use the Albany Civic Center for early voting ahead of the runoff election after residents complained of long lines during the Nov. 3 general election.

Georgia Sec. of State’s Office to hold Thursday afternoon press conference

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is set to hold a press conference Thursday afternoon.

WATCH: Georgia House holding hearings on June elections ahead of Jan. runoffs

The focus of the work, the committee said, is to “ensure the security and efficiency of the January 2021 U.S. Senate runoff and other future elections.”

RNC, Georgia Republican Party files lawsuit against state election officials

The Republican National Committee and the Georgia Republican Party filed a lawsuit against state election officials, which includes the Georgia Secretary of State.

Secretary of State opens investigation into how Coffee Co. handled recount

Georgia’s Secretary of State’s Office (SOS) announced Wednesday evening that it has opened an investigation it how Coffee County handled the Nov. 2020 presidential election recount that was to be finalized on Dec. 2.

Biden’s defense secretary nominee spoke in Delaware. Here’s the full transcript from Thomasville-raised Gen. Lloyd Austin

President-Elect Joe Biden’s nominee for secretary of defense gave a speech in Wilmington, Dela. on Wednesday.

GBI issues statement on assisting Sec. of State in election investigations

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has released a statement after the agency was requested by the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office to assist with investigations related to the 2020 General Election.

  From the Rose City to the White House: Biden’s secretary of defense pick has ties to Thomasville

Four Star-Army General Lloyd Austin would be the first Black man to be in this position.

Letter: Coffee Co. cannot certify results from second statewide recount

In the letter, election officials said they could not certify the electronic recount numbers given its “inability to repeatably duplicate creditable election results.”

Secretary Raffensperger certifies election; ‘Kraken’ case dismissed

The recertification came following an audit-triggered hand recount and a formal recount requested by the Trump campaign.

Georgia Sec. of State to hold Monday news conference

The second press conference will start at 3:30 p.m.

‘They believe in our values and all that we stand for’: Trump rallies for Perdue, Loeffler at Valdosta rally

The president was in Valdosta Saturday.

Lowndes Co. political organizations share their thoughts on President Trump’s visit

Lowndes County is getting ready to welcome President Donald Trump. He’s flying into the Valdosta Regional tomorrow for a rally.

Gov. Kemp agrees to Raffensperger request for GBI aid

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced Friday that Gov. Brian Kemp has agreed to his request for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) to assist in ongoing investigations related to the 2020 general election, according to a release from the Secretary of State’s Office.

Florida lawyer under investigation for attempting to register to vote in Georgia, encouraging others at Republican event

The Georgia Secretary of State’s Office is investigating after a Florida lawyer was caught on video saying he planned to move to Georgia, register to vote, and cast a ballot in the Senate runoffs.

  Dougherty Co. election machines undergo testing ahead of runoff election

They’ll work with the vendor “Dominion” to check their voting machines.