Georgia Democrats to conduct an ‘autopsy’ of 2014 campaign

5:49 pm Nov. 12, 2014

Imagine that you’re Moses and have just toiled up the side of Mount Sinai. But instead of a matched set of stone tablets and an H-1B visa to the Promised Land, you find this chiseled note from the Almighty:

“You’re early. Come back in another 20 years.”

This is how it feels to be a Georgia Democrat, one week after a national Republican wave poured cold water on the first step of

George Soros a major underwriter of Georgia voter registration drive

2:00 pm Nov. 7, 2014

In looking over the final few campaign disclosures trickling in on Election Day, one caught the eye of our AJC colleague James Salzer.

A report filed by Georgia Next, Inc., started by House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, D-Atlanta, indicates the organization received a $500,000 check from businessman, philanthropist and Democratic financier George Soros.

That’s about 70 percent of everything Georgia Next raised this year, as of Oct. 25.

Unlike his Republican counterpart, the

As the results roll in, here are the counties to watch

7:00 pm Nov. 4, 2014

Polls are now closed in the state of Georgia, and we’re all settling in for a long night.

Fulton and DeKalb counties will be critical to the hopes of statewide candidates — and late in coming in. Until then, as you continue to refresh the AJC’s spiffy map, here are some places to watch:

The 12th Congressional District

The re-election fight for U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Augusta, is a big story in

GA-12 Landmark poll: Rick Allen 48, John Barrow 44

10:36 am Nov. 1, 2014

Landmark Communications is out with an independent poll showing Republican challenger Rick Allen ahead of U.S. Rep. John Barrow, D-Augusta, but still within the margin of error in the race’s final days.

Allen holds 48.1 percent