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Wednesday on Political Rewind, Georgia political leaders who made early endorsements of former Vice President Joe Biden are celebrating this morning. Biden, who was declared all but dead after poor showings in early states, jumped into a front-runner position with stunning victories in Super Tuesday voting.

With votes still being counted in several states, Biden has overcome the gap in delegates that had separated him from Sen. Bernie Sanders.


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Monday on Political Rewind, Georgians have their first chance to choose a candidate in the presidential race starting today.

Early voting for the March 24 presidential primary has begun across the state. Registered voters can find their early polling locations through the Secretary of State's website.

The vote opens just as former Vice President Joe Biden – the consistent leader in polls in Georgia – sees a revival of his hopes for the nomination after a landslide victory in South Carolina.


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Friday on Political Rewind, what is the role of Georgia in election year politics? National attention turns to the Peach State in 2020.

Earlier this week, Lucy McBath announced her support for Bloomberg. The endorsements come as the former New York City mayor tries to recover from the leaked remarks he made in a 2015 speech defending the “stop and frisk” policing policy.


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Thursday on Political Rewind, Lucy McBath’s endorsement of Michael Bloomberg has come at a crucial time for the Democratic presidential candidate as controversial unfolds over past remarks.

The former mayor of New York City is under increased scrutiny after a leaked tape exposed Bloomberg talking in 2015 about minorities in harsh terms as he defended the controversial “stop and frisk” policing program.


Rep. Doug Collins R-Ga., speaks on a news conference during the House Republican members conference in Baltimore, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019.
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Today on Political Rewind, As we await word on Gov. Brian Kemp’s appointment to fill Johnny Isakson’s seat in the U.S. Senate, President Trump advocates for Rep. Doug Collins. Will Kemp agree or will he go with his own choice?