On this edition of Political Rewind, Democratic State Rep. Dar'shun Kendrick says that she has plans to file legislation targeting 'men's reproductive health.' The lawmaker's proposal is in response to new abortion measures moving forward. We look at the 'Testicular Bill of Rights' and ask Kendrick what she hopes to accomplish.
Stacey Abrams says she has not ruled out the possibility of running for president in the 2020 election cycle. What space would she occupy in an ever-growing Democratic field? And which Democrats would scramble to take her place in a race against David Perdue? Our panel weighs in on this developing story.
The State Senate is beginning to feel pressure from both sides as they begin deliberation on the so-called ‘Fetal Heartbeat Bill.’ Will the bill make it to the governor’s desk, where he says he’s sure to sign it?
Has the secretary of state’s office sent out incorrect figures about the cost of new computer voting machines? A conservative lobbying group says Brad Raffensperger is dramatically underestimating the long-term expenditures to support the case for computer voting instead of hand-marked ballots.
Kevin Riley -- Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Andra Gillespie -- Political Science Professor, Emory University
Todd Rehm -- Owner/Editor, GaPundit.com
Dar’shun Kendrick -- Democratic State Representative, District 94