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07 November 2018, 03:49 | Devin Moran
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This political stunt from Kemp just days before the election is yet another example of why he can not be trusted and should not be overseeing an election in which he is also a candidate for governor.
"He is attempting to get the headlines off of his attempts at voter suppression and force attention elsewhere", she said.
"I don't want anyone to vote for me because I'm black", she said. Brian Kemp has never once taken responsibility for his actions.
"In fact, I think he cooked up the charge because he realizes once again he has left six million voters' information vulnerable and this happened twice before", Abrams told George Stephanopoulos on "Good Morning America" on Monday, likely in reference to a pair reported data breaches in Georgia in 2015 and 2017 that exposed the information on millions of residents.
Cathy Cox, former Georgia secretary of state and former Democratic candidate for governor, suggested that law enforcement officials should have determined whether the press release was necessary at the launch of any investigation, and that Kemp should abstain from any such investigation. "Through the last day of early voting on November 2, 2018, Georgians cast 2,071,830 ballots with 1,886,905 in-person and 184,925 by mail".
The same poll also shows 52% of Georgia voters approve of President Trump's job performance with 43% disapproving of the Commander-in-Chief. "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?'"
It's just the latest in a series of partisan moves by Kemp, who has held up more than 50,000 voter registrations for inconsistencies as small as a missing hyphen, fought rules to give voters a chance to prove their identities when their absentee ballot applications are rejected for a lack of a signature match, and been aggressive in prosecuting those who have done nothing more than try to help those in need of assistance in casting ballots.
"You need to vote for us because we're better".
A group of men appearing to belong to the Black Panther Party marched in Atlanta, Georgia over the weekend showing their support for far-left Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacey Abrams while they were armed with rifles.
But even the policy debates have played out as much as cultural identity battles as they have nuanced debates over policy details.
Kemp has rebuffed calls on him to resign or recuse himself from his elections role, calling it "ridiculous".
Kemp and other Republican groups have blasted Abrams as an extremist with backing from "socialists" who, in Kemp's estimation, "want to turn Georgia into California".
The Georgia outcome is among the most closely watched of any midterm contest for reasons beyond Abrams' race and gender.
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