Democrat Gov. Hopeful Stacey Abrams Will Turn Georgia into Venezuela

Democrat Gov. Hopeful Stacey Abrams Will Turn Georgia into Venezuela

Democrat Gov. Hopeful Stacey Abrams Will Turn Georgia into Venezuela

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for the governor of Georgia, has accused her Republican opponent and current Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp of abusing his power by leveling "cooked up" hacking allegations.

Former President Obama recently joined Abrams on the campaign trail, suggesting that Kemp has "already been caught" guilty of voter suppression.

He announced his investigation shortly after the investigative journalism website WhoWhatWhy reported that the state Democratic Party had discovered a vulnerability in Georgia's voter registration system that could allow a person to gain access to and potentially alter millions of records.

A white supremacist group that targeted Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum with racist robocalls is now targeting Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams.

Channel 3's Caitlyn Chastain is in Atlanta tonight at an Abrams watch party to bring you full coverage from Georgia. The Democratic Party of Georgia confirmed that Small was a volunteer with them, but said she was not involved in any hacking.

The survey -published by the Trafalgar Group- has GOP candidate Brian Kemp garnering 54% of the vote compared with Stacey Abrams 40%.

The results of the governor's race will tell us everything about what that future is going to look like - in the state of Georgia and around the country.

"The Kemp campaign has no case and must immediately retract their defamatory accusations", the party stated.

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.

"The issue is not one party hacking the other", Levin said.

A report by The Associated Press said that under the "exact match" law, Kemp had stalled more than 50,000 voter registrations by mostly black voters.

Dora Aguillon is from Puerto Rico, her husband is from Mexico, and their kids were born in the U.S. They say tougher immigration rules mean safety and security for America. She and Abrams are both black women from MS, and the media titan spoke of the sacrifices their ancestors had to make to obtain the right to vote.

". There have never been crowds like this - just so you understand - in the history of politics".

The state is one of just five that continue to rely exclusively on aged electronic voting machines that computer scientists have long criticized as untrustworthy because they are easily hacked and don't leave a paper trail that can be audited in case of problems. And we know what to do about that: vote. "We have our inalienable right, because the one place that all people are equal is at the polls", the billionaire media mogul told voters on the campaign trail.

Starting last week, in collaboration with our allies at PowerPAC, PFAW began running a hard-hitting, Spanish-language television ad unmasking Brian Kemp's attacks on public education and his support for Donald Trump's divisive agenda.

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