Democrat Stacey Abrams boasted Sunday about the huge voter turnout increases among various demographics for her Georgia gubernatorial run, in the same interview where she also complained again about voter suppression and said Republican Brian Kemp’s victory was “stolen.”
Democrat Stacey Abrams has repeatedly said she didn’t really lose the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election, although Republican Brian Kemp is the governor and she is not.
Defeated Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said Tuesday she spent the 10 days between Election Day and her non-concession speech “plotting,” telling an audience “revenge can be very cathartic.”
Andrew Gillum and Stacey Abrams were 2018 runner-up candidates for governor in the country’s third- and ninth-largest states, are considered “rising stars” in the Democratic Party, and are engaging in “horrifying,” “shocking” rhetoric that is “threatening our democracy.”
Vanquished Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D.) boasted about never conceding her race against Gov. Brian Kemp (R.) Thursday and claimed “I did win my election.”
LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga.—Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D., Mass.) agrees with other Democrats who think last year’s Georgia governor’s race was stolen from Democrat Stacey Abrams, saying Saturday it’s what the “evidence seems to suggest.”
The bitterness over the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race has not come anywhere close to subsiding, if new remarks by Stacey Abrams are any indication.
The official Twitter account of the Georgia Democratic Party declared Republican Brian Kemp to be an “asterisk governor” who oversaw a “stolen election” as he prepares to take office.