ATLANTA (AP) — Democrat Stacey Abrams’ campaign for Georgia governor has reserved television advertising time and started sending vote-by-mail information to its supporters in the event she forces a Dec. 4 runoff with Republican Brian Kemp.
Unofficial returns from Tuesday’s midterm election show Kemp with 50.3 percent of the vote. That’s a lead that would make him the victor without a runoff.
But Abrams’ campaign believes there could be enough uncounted votes to bring Kemp below the majority threshold and trigger a second round of voting.
Abrams’ voter turnout strategy depended heavily on absentee and early voting, and her campaign manager Laruen Groh-Wargo said there is