Athens residents lined up to cast their votes for two U.S. Senate seats at polling places across Athens-Clarke County on Tuesday. The outcome of these runoff elections will determine whether Republicans continue to hold the Senate majority or Democrats gain control of both houses of Congress.
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After polls closed at 7 p.m. on Jan. 5, elections workers brought absentee ballots to the Board of Elections storage room in the ACC Facilitie…
The Jan. 5 Georgia Senate runoff elections are underway in Athens. Follow The Red & Black's live blog for updated election information, reactions and results.
With Georgia's senate runoff election in the midst of early voting, it's important to keep in mind the reality of the current state of politics.
With extremist gun control rhetoric on both sides, a major way to reach compromise is to remove elected officials who are supported by pro-gun lobbyists.
On Wednesday, Donald Trump selected former Gov. Sonny Perdue to serve as agriculture secretary, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.