ATLANTA -- The lead among Georgia Republicans has changed to put Ben Carson ahead of Donald Trump with Ted Cruz gaining momentum, according to a poll released Thursday.
Hundreds listened to Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders at the USC Aiken Convocation Center on Saturday as he discussed his progressive policies on health care, income equality and education reform.
Four candidates who survived this week's special election to make it into the final contest - a runoff election scheduled for Dec. 1 - say they will be working diligently for the next three weeks to ensure that their supporters return to the polls.
A collaborative effort and support from across Augusta-Richmond County is being credited with Tuesday's approval of the special sales tax by 61.5 percent of voters.
Augusta voters swept the city's seventh sales tax to victory Tuesday with 61.5 percent of votes.
Osbon, a Republican businessman, handily defeated Democratic candidate and longtime city councilwoman Lessie B. Price by a 65 percent (4,840 votes) to 35 percent (2,624 votes) margin.
Gary Jones unseats incumbent Grovetown Mayor George James in Tuesday's election.
Gary Richardson, a business owner and former member of the county Planning Commission, will face Greg Grzybowski, a recently retired Army lieutenant colonel.
Jodi Lott, a politcal newcomer who is a registered nurse and co-owner of a rehabilitaion practice, will face Mack Taylor, a former assistant district attorney and county commissioner, in the runoff.
Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp's "SEC primary" plan moves up the primary election dates for several Southern states so they "play a more relevant role" in the 2016 presidential election.