On this edition of Political Rewind, Brett Kavanaugh appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee this week in hopes of becoming the next justice to sit on the United States Supreme Court. Chaos and pandemonium marked the start of Kavanaugh’s hearing as democratic senators on the Judiciary Committee moved to delay the hearings.
In Georgia, the week after Labor Day marks the traditional start of the general election campaign season. Candidates in Georgia employ their strategies with just over two months to go until Election Day on Nov. 6.
Voter interest in fall races is likely to be high, but a study by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows that there are now far fewer places across the state where voters can cast their ballots. The panel discusses diminishing polling places.
Plus, we look to Florida where race-baiting takes center stage in the governor’s contest. Is this a cautionary tale for what to avoid in Georgia?
Jim Galloway - Lead Political Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Lori Geary – Former WSB-TV Political Reporter
Michael C. Owens – Cobb County Democratic Party Chairman Dr. Michael C. Owens
Todd Rehm – Owner/Editor, GeorgiaPundit.com
Kevin Riley – Editor-in-Chief, The Atlanta-Journal Constitution