On this edition of Political Rewind, Brian Kemp hopes to give public school teachers in Georgia a raise. The Republican candidate for governor says he will give teachers a permanent $5,000 annual pay raise, a plan that would cost taxpayers around $600 million a year.
In Washington, all eyes will be fixed on Capitol Hill tomorrow for a hearing that could determine the fate of Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh. We discuss how Georgia politicians are being impacted by the negative wave of news coming from the confirmation.
Plus, the fate of Plant Vogtle remains undecided Wednesday morning. We will continue to bring updates as we learn them.
Buddy Darden -- Former Democratic U.S. Representative
Greg Bluestein -- AJC Political Reporter
Julianne Thompson -- Republican Strategist