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Georgia news and analysis from The Nation
Today 5:00 am
Joan Walsh on the Georgia Runoff and Nelson Lichtenstein on the UC strike
On this episode of the
Start Making Sense
podcast, discussions on what the Georgia runoff results mean for Democrats and on the impact of the largest strike in the country this year.
Start Making Sense
Yesterday 7:27 am
Warnock Wins, but Jim Crow and Liberal Self-Sabotage Are Still Alive in Georgia
And the coalition that helped defeat the GOP is fractured and needs attention.
December 6, 2022
Barack Obama’s Politics 101: Ridiculing Republicans Works
The former president is still the ablest campaigner the Democrats have, as his takedown of Herschel Walker’s vampire-vs.-werewolf rumination proved.
December 5, 2022
Georgia Democrats Are Going Into Overdrive to Reelect Raphael Warnock
And GOP opponent Herschel Walker is giving them a hand. But don’t ignore the way voter suppression made this harder.
November 23, 2022
Can Raphael Warnock Win an Even Tougher Runoff Election?
The Georgia Senate race is again in a runoff election. But this time around, it’s a lot harder for voters to participate.
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November 14, 2022
Georgia Isn’t Just Gravy
Democrats can do a lot more with 51 Senate seats.
November 9, 2022
In Georgia, Abrams Loses, While Warnock Hangs On
The Democratic coalition that delivered the Senate in 2020 seemed frayed this time around.
November 8, 2022
Georgia Democrats Are Holding Their Breath
Record midterm early voting is a good sign. But everyone worries about massive GOP Election Day turnout.
November 3, 2022
Could Challenges to Individual Votes Swing the Outcome in Georgia?
Georgia law allows an individual or political group to scan election rolls and look for “suspicious” data, and challenge votes. And over 65,000 challenges have already been made.
October 18, 2022
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp Plays the “Angry Black Woman” Card on Stacey Abrams
In Monday’s debate, Kemp lied about his record on guns and the economy and condescended to his Democratic opponent.