Governors Race still not officially over, but is getting there

Friday, November 16, 2018- 8:56 p.m. 

STAFF REPORTS

Stacey Abrams has officially not conceded the race for Georgia Governor but has ended her run in a conference earlier Friday evening. 

Abrams will still file lawsuits to challenge ‘gross mismanagement’ of Georgia elections. 

Each Georgia County had until 5 p.m. this evening to certify the Governer Race results. 

As of Friday morning, Brian Kemp was still in the lead with 50.22% of the votes, Stacey Abrams with 48.83% and Ted Metz with 0.93%. 

 

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