Abrams Claims If She Loses GA, It’s Because Of Voter Suppression

ATLANTA, GEORGIA - MARCH 14: Georgia gubernatorial Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams speaks during a campaign rally on March 14, 2022 in Atlanta, Georgia. Abrams is on a weeklong tour of cities in Georgia after qualifying last week to run again for governor and currently has no opponent for the Democratic nomination.  (Photo by Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is at it again, claiming that she is the victim of voter suppression.
  • Abrams told MSNBC host Ali Velshi: “And while the polls are always going to tell the story you want to see, what we know is that the untold story is that this is a tight race, it is neck and neck, and we believe that we are on a path to victory if we can get all our voters turned out and if they can navigate the difficulties put in place by Brian Kemp and [Georgia Secretary of State] Brad Raffensperger.”
  • In reality, Georgia is experiencing record turnout and Gov. Kemp has a 10-point lead in the polls.

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