Brian Kemp

midterms

Stacey Abrams Says She'll Run for Office Again

Abrams conceded the Georgia gubernatorial race last week, but she'll be ready to run again—right after she "takes a nap."
Marie Solis
11.19.18
midterms

'It's a Shit Show': The Ground Game in Georgia's Fight to Count Every Ballot

Activists aren't giving up on fighting voter suppression in Stacey Abrams' gubernatorial race against Brian Kemp.
Marie Solis
11.14.18
midterms

Stacey Abrams Files Lawsuit Over Uncounted Votes in Georgia Governor Race

Stacey Abrams' campaign is asking election officials to include remaining provisional ballots and some rejected absentee ballots in the final tally in her race against Republican Brian Kemp.
Marie Solis
11.12.18
midterms

Two of Georgia's Most Anticipated Races Left Hanging in the Balance

Congressional candidate Lucy McBath and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams concluded their results parties early Wednesday morning with no definitive results in their races.
Marie Solis
11.7.18
midterms

Georgians 'Overwhelm' the Polls Despite Voter Suppression Anxiety

At times the specter of mass voter disenfranchisement has tempered the palpable enthusiasm and excitement suffusing Georgia this election cycle.
Marie Solis
11.6.18
2018 election

A Stacey Abrams Victory Would Show How Much Georgia Has Transformed

She could become the first black female governor in the state's history, and a symbol of a changing South.
David J. Dent
11.6.18
Internet Insecurity

Brian Kemp Is Weaponizing Good Cybersecurity in an Authoritarian Ploy Against Democrats

The Georgia governor hopeful is attacking the run-of-the-mill security research that keeps the internet safe.
Jason Koebler
11.5.18
2018 election

Republicans Are Working Feverishly to Stop Minorities from Voting

Ahead of the most hyped midterms in recent years, progressives are fighting to turn out their voters while Republicans are trying to block them.
Eoin Higgins
10.24.18
midterms

Stacey Abrams Isn't Sorry She Once Burned Georgia's Flag to Protest Racism

Abrams, who would be the country's first Black woman governor, participated in the protest in college, when Georgia's state flag still included a Confederate symbol.
Marie Solis
10.23.18
News

Why Does Georgia Keep Going After Black Voters?

Georgia just lost its epic four-year quest to win fraud convictions against 12 African American voting organizers in the small town of Quitman. But officials don't seem to care, and now they're targeting another voter-registration drive in Atlanta.
Spencer Woodman
9.18.14