Obama: There is no one more qualified for president than Hillary Clinton
President Barack Obama addressed the Democratic National Convention Wednesday telling the American people that Hillary Clinton is the only candidate that can move the country forward. The president told an energetic crowd in Philadelphia that it's
Donald J. Trump pulled off an unexpected victory early on Wednesday morning, becoming the 45th president-elect. Polls were unable to anticipate the large turnout of white, working-class voters in key states.
Poll manager Theresa Harris managed the long line of voters Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016, and got people through the line and to the voting machines quickly. Almost 100 people were in line as the polls opened, with more coming in the door as voting began
Write-in candidates for the Georgia General Election on November, 8, 2016, include U.S. Senate candidate Michelle Gates, Pam Brown for Muscogee sheriff and Mike Garner for Superior Court Clerk. With so many qualified write-in candidates this year,
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton went to head-to-head in the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York on Monday. They discussed jobs, racial divisions and national security with many personal jabs thrown in between. The debate,
During a town hall meeting in Perry, Mike Pence, the Republican ticket's vice presidential candidate, discussed Hillary Clinton's controversy, which beckons a strong reaction from the Middle Georgia crowd.
Governor Mike Pence, Donald Trump's new running mate, may be nothing like him. Pence, a Christian conservative who championed and signed into law pro-life/anti-abortion legislation in Indiana, also spoke out against Trump's call to prevent Muslims
If you've been watching the Democratic National Convention this week, you've probably noticed an abundance of signs in the crowd each night. Delegates didn't bring them. A very coordinated convention team is responsible for deploying about 90,000
Chelsea Clinton used to be known for being kept out of the spotlight. This election, she has taken on a much more significant role, and speculation has surrounded where she would fit in the White House.
Sen. Bernie Sanders ended the first night of the 2016 Democratic National Convention by pleading with supporters to rally around Hillary Clinton in November. Hecklers disrupted much of the first day of the convention in Philadelphia, despite Sande
Joe Allen defeated Ed DeFore in the July 26 runoff election, ending DeFore's 45-year tenure in elected office. Allen listed what he would liked to do while in the Macon-Bibb County Commission District 6 seat.
In a historic vote, delegates formally nominated Hillary Clinton as the first female candidate for president. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.) rounded out the voting process officially nominating his one-time opponent.