Stacey Abrams files lawsuit taking aim at Georgia’s elections process

The lawsuit comes as Georgia voters prepare to elect their next secretary of state who will oversee the elections process going forward.

Abrams slams Kemp’s “erosion of our democracy” as she ends Georgia gubernatorial bid

Abrams suspended her campaign, but did not concede to Kemp, whom she accused of voter disenfranchisement.

Meet the Georgia voter who traveled over 600 miles on Election Day to vote

"I think we should also be mindful of the fact that there are people who don’t have the ability to take off work ... who don’t have the financial means to do a round trip to be able to vote."

These students had to jump through hoops to vote — if they were able to vote at all

In Georgia, the NAACP requested an investigation into reports that voters were turned away at polling stations at a historically black university.

“She was arrested for doing her job”: Georgia senator arrested at voting rights rally

Georgia state Sen. Nikema Williams was arrested Tuesday at a rally at the state's Capitol building.

Stacey Abrams, Rick Scott take legal action as contentious election counts and recounts move forward

The high-stakes races in Florida and Georgia are inspiring a flurry of legal filings over the counting of ballots.

What Democrats continue to fail to understand about white women voters

Progressives keep trying to win a majority of white women over with the same failed strategies.

Yes, there were historic wins in the midterms — but racism too often taints the victories

Even with sparks of light, I can’t help but be angry, and I am fearful of what is to come.

Georgia governor’s contest among several key midterm races that still have yet to be called

The Georgia governor's race and several key House races are still up in the air after Tuesday's election.

Trump declares “big victory” in midterms — despite the GOP losing the House to Democrats

It wasn't quite the blue wave Democrats were hoping for, but they will now control the House — something that could cause major headaches for Donald Trump.

Georgia voters file emergency lawsuit to bar Brian Kemp from counting votes in 2018 midterms

Stacey Abrams is encouraging voters to "stay in line."

Rihanna endorses Democrat Stacey Abrams for governor of Georgia in passionate Instagram post

"Stacey is an inspiration to women across the world!!! She has the vision and experience to lead Georgia."

A running list of broken ballots, long lines and incidents of voter suppression across the country

Here's what's going on at the polls on Election Day.

A running list of the last-ditch efforts to sway voters in the 2018 midterm elections

Robocalls, racially charged comments and more attempts to get voters to change their minds on Election Day.

Democrats see racist 11th-hour messaging in 2018 midterm cycle

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue called the Florida governor's race "cotton-pickin' important" and a racist robocall labeled Stacey Abrams a "negress."

This Week in Politics: Midterm elections finally arrive before Trump and Putin have Paris meeting

After months of campaigning and speculation, voters will finally decide the nation's fate this Tuesday in the midterm elections.

Georgia’s Brian Kemp investigates Democrats as courts reject his voter suppression efforts

The investigation comes as Brian Kemp runs for governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams.

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue calls Florida governor’s race “cotton-pickin’ important”

Purdue's comments come as Andrew Gillum fights to become the state's first black governor.

Today in Trump’s America: Trump goes full racist in news conference on immigration

Trump said a migrant caravan filled with “strong men” were planning an “invasion” of the U.S., and border patrol agents and military may shoot if caravan members throw rocks at them.

Brian Kemp canceled final Georgia gubernatorial debate with Stacey Abrams — then blamed her

“We refuse to callously take Georgians for granted and cancel on them,” an Abrams spokesperson said in a statement. “Just because Brian Kemp breaks his promises doesn’t mean anyone else should.”

Hype Daily: Hugh Jackman says he doesn’t talk politics with Ivanka Trump and more entertainment news

“I’ve known those guys for 15 years."

Michael B. Jordan went door to door to get out the black vote in Georgia

Some Georgia voters got a special surprise at their doorstep.

Oprah, Will Ferrell, LeBron James: These celebs are really getting out the vote for Nov. 6

Here are some of the stars who have been putting their famous faces to work to get Americans to the polls.

Jimmy Carter calls on Georgia Republican Brian Kemp to resign as Secretary of State

“One of the key requirements for a fair and trusted process is that there be a nonbiased supervision of the electoral process,” Carter wrote.

The Movement Must-Reads: Alleged voter suppression in Georgia and Trump’s attempt to rewrite gender

Plus, an eye-opening report on the state of Latinx women founders.

Brian Kemp’s office says alleged voting machine malfunctions are likely due to human error

The Georgia NAACP has filed complaints in at least four counties against the secretary of state's office.

Brian Kemp calls allegations of voter suppression “a farce” during Georgia gubernatorial debate

“No one is being denied the right to vote,” Kemp said, despite recent reports that 1.4 million people have been purged from the Georgia voter rolls since 2012.

Stacey Abrams defends decision to burn Georgia flag with Confederate insignia in 1992

“During Stacey Abrams’ college years, Georgia was at a crossroads, struggling with how to overcome racially divisive issues ..." Abrams' campaign said in a statement.

With voter suppression issues plaguing Georgia, officials face fresh lawsuits

Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp is among the officials being sued for the state's allegedly discriminatory voting policies.

This Week in Politics: Trump campaigns for Ted Cruz, John Bolton meets with Vladimir Putin

The country will focus on the upcoming midterm elections this week while political controversies play out in Congress, Moscow and New York state court.