The race for Governor of Georgia is a tight one and still undecided. Brian Kemp(R) appears to have enough votes to have won, but it's close and Stacey Abrams(D) wants to make sure that every vote is counted before declaring a winner or a runoff election (her hope). WSB-TV posted the below statement from Abrams' campaign.
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Stacey Abrams' campaign issued a statement with an update on the election results:
"We remain committed to ensuring that every single vote is counted, particularly given the significant irregularities in various areas of the state. In Fulton County alone, lines stretched for hours despite a warehouse with 700 voting machines that stood ready to be deployed but never were. Given the effort that Georgia voters made to make sure their voices could be heard, we owe it to them to fight on to make sure that every vote is counted. (As a reminder, the election results won't be certified by counties until Monday or Tuesday of next week.)"
In a press conference, President Trump said that Brian Kemp won the race for Georgia governor "by a very big margin" despite the fact that the race hasn't been called yet and remains close.
"I won Georgia. President Obama campaigned very hard in Georgia. Oprah Winfrey was all over the television," Trump said. "I went to Georgia and we had one of the largest crowds anyone has ever seen at a political event.