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The first week of early voting + tips for casting your ballot
Georgia has seen record numbers in absentee and early voting, which began on Monday. In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, AJC reporter Mark Niesse discusses the first week of early voting and provides tips for people planning to vote early, absentee or in person on Election Day.
Recapping the last week in Georgia politics
In this episode of Politically Georgia, we introduce Patricia Murphy, the newest member of the AJC Georgia Politics team. Murphy and Bluestein discuss the last week in politics, and how national news has impacted politics in the state, with less than a month until Election Day.
AJC Town Hall
In this episode of Politically Georgia, we share audio from the AJC's virtual town hall. AJC deputy managing editor Leroy Chapman serves as our host as he engages members of our politics team in a discussion about our recent exclusive poll, the presidential and senate races and the mood of Georgia voters. Our panelists are politics editor Susan Potter, Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell, politics reporter Greg Bluestein, columnist Jim Galloway, reporter Mark Niesse and reporter Patricia Murphy.
Analyzing results from new poll of Georgia voters
We are six weeks from Election Day and the AJC shared results from a new poll of Georgia voters. The poll is intended to provide a snapshot of the state of the presidential and U.S. Senate elections, not a prediction of who will win, and it was conducted Sept. 11-20 by the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs. Host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss the results of the survey of 1,150 likely voters, the impact of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death and President Trump’s expected visit.
The 2020 Census
The census counts every person living in the United States and its territories once every 10 years, and the government uses that data in all sorts of important ways - from deciding how to distribute resources to redrawing political boundaries.
A recent federal report showed Georgia ranks second to last among the 50 states with its response rate, lagging behind only Alabama.
Joining us on this episode of Politically Georgia is Rebecca DeHart, CEO of Fair Count, an organization working to “ensure Georgians & communities across the country get a Fair Count in the 2020 Census.”
The question marks ahead of election season
Find the transcription of this week's episode here: https://www.ajc.com/politics/election/the-biggest-question-marks-ahead-of-georgias-2020-election-season/XMJKHMT7JJGZLJZFZNB2LEJBI4/
In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tia Mitchell discuss the biggest question marks ahead of Georgia’s 2020 election season. The conversation includes a recap of the conventions and a preview of what to expect before and after Election Day in Georgia.
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Purports to be a “news” podcast, but heavily tilted to a left wing perspective. Host is in love with Stacey Abrams.
Greg is the very best! A must listen for Georgia politicos!