Racist Robocall Targets Stacey Abrams and Oprah Winfrey in Georgia

Racist Robocall Targets Stacey Abrams and Oprah Winfrey in Georgia

And so far, nothing Kemp or Kobach have done is even remotely illegal.

Abrams also called Kemp a "bald-faced liar" at a campaign event over the weekend. She touts her work with Republican lawmakers in the state House, but pledges to expand Medicaid insurance and prioritize public funding of education. But, after (rightfully) calling the candidate an "inspiration to women" everywhere, the post's caption went on to offer readers a quick breakdown of Abrams' political platform and the issues it prioritizes.

Stacey Abrams, who is now at a poll average of 45.7, sits on a campaign of encouraging younger voters to get their voices heard and take to the polling booths, hoping to expand Medicaid, which has raised a few eyebrows as well as other plans revolving around K-12 education and job creation.

The closing weeks of the campaign has been defined by charges and counter charges surrounding the election process itself.

The party stated that Small did not conduct any cyberattack, and that if anyone did, it was the voter who contacted her.

Unconfirmed reports indicate that the Federal Bureau of Investigation is trying to make contact with a woman named Rachel Small, who allegedly spoke with Sarah Ghazal, the Democratic Party of Georgia's Voter Protection Director, about trying to "hack" the state's voting system.

Kemp acknowledged to reporters Monday "a potential vulnerability that we found out about" but insisted the state's election systems were secure ahead of Tuesday.

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Democrats immediately cried foul, noting Kemp has offered no evidence for his claims and pointing out the massive conflict of interest in Kemp launching an investigation into the people he is running against in his own election campaign.

The suit included allegations that the voter registration system was discriminatory, citing the cancellation of around 34,000 people's registration status between 2010 and 2013.

Sunday's allegation against Georgia Democrats is not the first time Kemp cried foul about the alleged hacking of a voter system.

"They're both really strict on something I care about, which is abortion and social conservatism", Wallace said.

"They seem to be doing it backwards", Richard DeMillo, a Georgia Tech professor and one of the experts contacted by Georgia Democrats, told CNN on Monday. "I don't use that term lightly".

Abrams acknowledges the historic nature of her candidacy. The calls denounced comments from Tibbetts' family members who said her death should not be used to justify hate against Latinos, the Des Moines Register reported. She's opened the door to confiscating guns as a part of an assault weapons ban and welcomed Oprah and Barack Obama to campaign for her just four years after chronically timid Democrats like Jason Carter failed to appear with then-President Obama during a pre-election trip to Atlanta. And we know what to do about that: vote.

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