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Jill Nolin is a reporter for Georgia Recorder, a sister publication to Arizona Mirror and a member of the States Newsroom network. She has spent nearly 15 years reporting on state and local government in four states, focusing on policy and political stories and tracking public spending. She has spent the last five years chasing stories in the halls of Georgia’s Gold Dome, earning recognition for her work showing the impact of rising opioid addiction on the state’s rural communities. She is a graduate of Troy University.
One for the books as Trump and rest of Fulton 19 enter Georgia justice system over 2020 election
By: Ross Williams/Georgia Recorder, Stanley Dunlap/Georgia Recorder and Jill Nolin/Georgia Recorder - August 25, 2023
At the end of a historic week at the Fulton County jailhouse, the criminal case against former President Donald Trump and his 18 allies also accused of subverting Georgia’s 2020 presidential election is just beginning. Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis charged Trump and the rest of the group – which include lawyers, former federal […]
Trump supporters, detractors face off outside jail as he’s booked on Georgia racketeering charges
By: Jill Nolin/Georgia Recorder, Ross Williams/Georgia Recorder and Stanley Dunlap/Georgia Recorder - August 24, 2023
Former President Donald Trump was booked and quickly released at the Fulton County Jail Thursday evening during a trip from New Jersey to Atlanta that played out on primetime TV and capped a drama-filled day outside the facility. Trump’s sprawling motorcade arrived at the jail at about 7:30 p.m. And he was released after about […]
U.S. Senate runoffs poised to hand Georgia Democrats historic win
By: Jill Nolin/Georgia Recorder - January 6, 2021
A steady trickle of Georgians mostly breezed in and out of polling places across the state for the final day of voting in the state’s high-stakes U.S. Senate runoffs, adding more than 1 million votes to the already 3 million cast before Tuesday.