Georgia’s progressive faith community helped turn out the vote in one of the nation’s most hotly contested elections. With the Dec. 7 deadline to register fast approaching, they aren’t letting up ahead of January's rematch.
It's two starkly different worlds on display in Georgia, where the national political spotlight is shining on twin Senate runoffs that will determine which party controls the chamber at the outset of President-elect Joe Biden’s Democratic administration.
Perdue's timing was impeccable. He avoided a sharp loss and reaped a stunning gain by selling and then buying the same stock: Cardlytics, an Atlanta-based financial technology company on whose board of directors he once served.