Stacey Abrams slams Brian Kemp after he accuses Democrats of voter ‘hack’

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The bruising race for governor of Georgia has been roiled by unsupported, 11th-hour allegations from the Republican candidate, who is also the state's chief election official, that Democrats sought to hack the voter registration system.

Since the beginning of the election season, voter suppression has been prevalent in the state of Georgia. A saying made most popular by Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana, but it seemingly applies to politics in this midterm election season.

Winfrey campaigned with Abrams last week and canvassed for the candidate.

Election night in Georgia will also tell us about the power, or lack thereof, of several voting groups in statewide elections - none more so than suburban women. He walked by reporters and said: "Take Two". Tomorrow show up and show out, and Vote'.

The latest poll: A WSB/Atlanta Journal Constitution poll out Friday showed Abrams with an extremely narrow lead over Kemp - 46.9 percent to 46.7 percent. "Her campaign spoke about partisanship and bringing people back together", Whatley said.

"I think it's outrageous", Levin said.

Abrams would be the first black female governor in US history. Abrams cruised to the Democratic nomination after encountering initial resistance from old-guard Georgia Democrats who backed her white opponent, in part out of concerns that a black woman could not win in November. Kemp, meanwhile, has earned President Trump's endorsement. Republicans have won every Georgia governor's race since 2002.

Kemp, who oversees elections as Georgia's secretary of state, vehemently denies charges that he's used his office to make it harder for minorities to vote.

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He calls it an investigation.

But Abrams would have none of that, declaring Kemp a "bald-faced liar" intent on deflecting attention from security problems with his system.

First and foremost, the results in Georgia will be a fast and clear grade of the Trump presidency - period. It is also a fact that Brian Kemp is the last person who can be trusted on cyber security given his record of leaking the personal information and social security numbers of six million Georgians.

In her ruling, Ross noted that such restrictions were likely to fall most heavily on minorities.

"Iconic" is 40 Black senior citizens told to get off a bus that was taking them to a poll station to cast early votes. "Because I can assure you if I hadn't done anything and the story came out that something was going on, you'd be going 'Why didn't you act?'" "You need to vote for us because we're better".

According to AP interviews and records released by the Georgia Democratic Party, a lawyer for election-security advocates, David Cross, notified both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Kemp's counsel Saturday morning that a citizen had alerted him to the flaw.

But even the policy debates have played out as much as cultural identity battles as they have nuanced debates over policy details.

The Georgia race has been tainted by accusations of voter suppression under Kemp and racially charged remarks directed at Abrams.