Stacey Abrams Fighting In Tight Governor’s Race
Georgia: Stacey Abrams vows to keep fighting in tight governor’s race.
Democrat who would be America’s first black female governor says there are enough ballots left for potential runoff.
The outcome of a closely watched and bitterly contested governor’s race in Georgia hung in the balance in the early hours of Wednesday morning as the Democrat, Stacey Abrams, refused to concede the election while her Republican opponent, Brian Kemp, did not claim victory.
Abrams, vying to become America’s first female African American governor, trailed Kemp by just under 100,000 votes out of more than 3.8m votes counted as her campaign maintained there were still enough ballots left to count to take the race to a runoff election.