November 07, 2018 - Republican Brian Kemp is narrowly leading in the overall vote count in what's been a tight race for the Georgia governor's seat. In a speech late Tuesday, Kemp thanked supporters for their work and "believing in our campaign when no one else would." Kemp said his campaign "battled the radical Left and took on the fake news." In Georgia, there is a runoff election if neither candidate receives more than 50 percent of the vote. His challenger, Democrat Stacey Abrams, is confident there will be a "do-over," but Kemp disagreed. "The math is on our side to win this election," he said.
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