Madeleine Albright, First Woman To Serve As U.S. Secretary Of State, Dies At 84Madeleine Albright, the 64th U.S. secretary of state and the first woman to ever serve in the role, has died of cancer, her family said. She was 84.
Federal Judge Hears Case On Georgia's Alleged Voter PurgeDistrict Judge Steve Jones heard arguments alleging the Secretary of State’s office unjustly cancelled roughly 200,000 voter registrations last year.
Voter Rights Groups File Lawsuit Against Georgia Sec. Of State RaffenspergerSeveral voter rights organizations filed a lawsuit against Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, saying his office wrongfully purged more than 200,000 voter registrations from the system last year.
Raffensperger Says Faith And Past Personal Tragedies Helped Him Endure Difficult ElectionGeorgia Secretary of State Brett Raffensperger has been called a RINO - a Republican In Name Only – by President Donald Trump, for pushing back against the President’s unsubstantiated claims of widespread voter fraud in the weeks following the election.
Georgia Sec. of State Raffensperger Responds To President's 'Rigged Election' TweetSecretary of State Raffensperger responds to President Trump's tweet and investigates alleged fraudulent voter registration solicitations.
'It Has To Stop': Georgia Election Officials Receive Death Threats During RecountAs the Georgia recount continues, the Secretary of State’s office says election officials are being harassed and receiving death threats.
Georgia’s Election Recount Amid Ongoing Allegations Of Voter FraudElection officials announced Georgia will start recounting the more than five million ballots cast during the November election tomorrow morning, with a deadline to complete the recount by December 2 before midnight.
Secretary Raffensperger Issues Warning Against Activist Groups Helping Out Of State Illegal VotersSecretary Raffensperger issues warning against activist groups helping out of state illegal voters
Georgia's Election Audit Begins: Counties To Hand Count Five Million BallotsThe clock is ticking on the federal deadline for Georgia to certify the votes from the November 3, 2020 election. The Secretary of State’s office announced they will start a risk-limiting audit on Friday and all counties will start counting the more than five million ballots by hand.
Georgia Sec. Of State's Office Responds To Ongoing Election, Illegal Voting ConcernsRepublican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue issued a joint statement, calling for Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to step down amid accusations of voter fraud. Raffensperger responded, saying it’s not going to happen.
Georgia's Outstanding Ballots: The Long Wait For Election ResultsElections workers were still counting the ballots two days after Election Day, with no clear answer on when Georgia will have the results.
Countdown In Georgia: Workers Continue Tallying The Votes After Election DayOne day after Election Day, workers were still tallying up the votes in Georgia to determine the final outcome.
Georgia's Early Voting Ends Oct. 30: 'Those Lines Will Be Getting Longer'With one week left before the November 3 election, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger encourages the public to vote before the early voting deadline.
Secretary Of State Brad Raffensperger Partners With GaVotingWorks, The Home Depot, Cox Enterprises, And Roadie To Protect Elections From COVID-19Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger partners with Businesses and organizations to protect elections from COVID-19.
Georgia AG And SOS Join With CFTC To Stop Nationwide Scheme Soliciting More Than $180M From Senior InvestorsGeorgia AG and SOS join with CFTC to stop nationwide scheme.