Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/not-so-fast-stacey-abrams-refuses-to-concede-georgias-race-for-governor/
Democratic candidate for Georgia’s gubernatorial race Stacey Abrams refused to concede her election to the GOP’s Brian Kemp late Tuesday night; saying votes “remain to be counted” despite being down in the polls.
With 99% of the ballots in, Kemp leads Abrams by 50.3% to 48.6%.
“Democracy only works when we work for it, when we fight for it, when we demand it, and apparently today when we stand in line for hours to meet it at the ballot box," Abrams said at nearly 2 a.m. “I am here today to tell you there are votes remaining to be counted. Voices are waiting to be heard.”
“We have three factors to be considered here: outstanding votes, absentee ballots to be counted, and provisional ballots,” said her campaign manager. “Given those three issues, we believe this is likely heading to a runoff.”