Kemp, Abrams Pose Very Different Visions for Georgia’s Future


Incumbent Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and former state House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, who wants Kemp’s job, head into the final stretch of their campaign with very different programs in mind for the state should they win.

The race gets national attention. After her narrow loss to Kemp in 2018, Abrams became a national figure, was considered for the vice presidency in 2020, and has been said to be a Democratic leader of the future. In early 2019, she delivered the Democrats’ televised rebuttal to former President Donald Trump’s State of the Union address.

Kemp also put himself in the spotlight by separating himself from Trump’s election fraud claims. He’s been subpoenaed to testify before a Fulton County grand jury investigating Trump’s attempts to investigate the 2020 elections in Georgia. But a judge has allowed him to delay his appearance until after the November…

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