Summary: Get the latest news and analysis from Georgia’s Political Insiders - presented by the AJC’s Politically Georgia team.
Everything you need to know about Georgia's gubernatorial primaries: James Salzer joined host Greg Bluestein to break down the Republican and Democratic races for governor ahead of the May 22 elections.
Georgia is in the process of deciding on new voting machines. The next secretary of state will have a key role in deciding what equipment Georgians will use. Mark Niesse joined host Greg Bluestein to discuss the May 22 primaries for the position and took a look at early voting numbers.
Maya Prabhu joined host Greg Bluestein to discuss the May 22 primaries for lieutenant governor in Georgia.
It's a race that affects your life and your pockets. James Salzer joined host Greg Bluestein to discuss the May 22 primaries for insurance commissioner in Georgia.
Today’s episode is a little different. You’re going to hear a portion of the conversation that took place at Politically Georgia’s April 25 Pints & Politics event. With the Georgia primaries approaching on May 22, we discussed everything related to the 2018 elections.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Channel 2 Action News recently commissioned the University of Georgia to conduct two separate polls of likely Democratic and Republican primary voters. Host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tamar Hallerman analyzed the results.
AJC Hyperlocal Coach Janel Davis spent months investigating sexual harassment complaints in Georgia's Capitol. Davis joins host Greg Bluestein to discuss the stories she's uncovered and why information isn’t easy to find if there are complaints against lawmakers. Bluestein also provides an update on the governor's race.
The AJC's Jeremy Redmon joins Greg Bluestein to discuss the ways various Georgia city, county and state officials are handling immigration and how the topic is impacting major 2018 races.
AJC’s Washington correspondent Tamar Hallerman joins host Greg Bluestein to discuss Georgia’s big issues and races ahead of the May 22, 2018 primaries. Hallerman also discusses an upcoming story on Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and James Salzer provides the Phrase of the Week.
AJC reporter and Politically Georgia podcast host Greg Bluestein reads the column he wrote following the death of former Georgia Governor Zell Miller. It is titled, "An appreciation: How Zell Miller helped shape an AJC reporter’s life."
On Sine Die, the Georgia Legislature approved a bill that could dramatically expand transit in Metro Atlanta. Host Greg Bluestein and AJC transportation reporter David Wickert discuss the mass transit and distracted driving bills that passed at the end of the legislative session. Also in this episode, Bluestein discusses other major bills Gov. Nathan Deal is expected to sign and James Salzer provides the Phrase of the Week.
Sine Die, the last day of Georgia's 2018 legislative session, is Thursday, March 29. Host Greg Bluestein and AJC veteran James Salzer discuss the typical atmosphere and last-day shenanigans at the Capitol as well as bills to watch in 2018. The two also briefly discuss issues impacting Georgia governor's race and as always, Salzer provides the Phrase of the Week.
AJC reporter Scott Trubey joins host Greg Bluestein to discuss the business of Georgia's bid for Amazon HQ2 in Atlanta. James Salzer provides the Phrase of the Week.
Kick off the 2018 campaign season in Georgia with Politically Georgia. The AJC’s Greg Bluestein and Jim Galloway take you inside of the Capitol during Qualifying Week, which is the period when candidates sign up to run for office. Greg and Jim discuss the most interesting races, including contests for governor, Congress and Georgia General Assembly, and news from the 2018 legislative session. Also, James Salzer takes you inside of his legislative glossary with his Phrase of the Week.
Get the latest news and analysis from Georgia’s Political Insiders - presented by the AJC’s Politically Georgia team.