- Hoping to force a runoff against Brian Kemp, Stacey Abrams is filing a lawsuit asking a federal judge to order elections officials to count rejected absentee and provisional ballots.
- Abrams is also asking that the deadline for certifying the election back by a day. Abrams currently trails Kemp by nearly 59,000 votes.
- Kemp has already declared victory and put together a transition team. He claims it is mathematically impossible for Abrams to gain the votes needed to force a runoff.
- Why should Kemp be fighting the efforts to count every vote if Abrams is unable to win?
- Should Abrams concede for the sake of bringing the state together?
— 🌞Robin Taylor🌞 (@robinta89909237) November 12, 2018
— Thomas Reich (@gollum1419_g) November 12, 2018
— Kat Godspell News & Comment 🌹🐦🌊 (@KatGodspell) November 12, 2018
Once the Georgia boondoggle is over, purge the voter rolls.https://t.co/Ue8kuVsU2c
— Ger8ful (@Ger8ful1) November 12, 2018
— JoeKing (@JoeKing3333) November 12, 2018