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Stacey Abrams refuses to concede, and Brian Kemp faces possible lawsuits for alleged voter suppression

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Brian Kemp is claiming victory after Tuesday night’s mid-term election, but Stacey Abrams refuses to give up just yet.  With over 25,000 mail-in ballots to yet to be counted, but expected to be in favor for Abrams.  Georgia just may be headed for a runoff on December 4th. 

Brian Kemp, Georgia’s current Secretary of State is also accused of allegedly suppressing over 340,000 ballots; ballots that may have help Abrams win her bid for governor.  Atlanta based community activist, Rahiem Shabazz, a suppressed voter that was interviewed about his lawsuit against Brian Kemp for canceling his and hundreds of thousands of others right to vote in Georgia.




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