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Blackface Scandals Show Why Some Black People Don't Trust Democrats
The party is trying to reach out to black voters, but it doesn't help that white Democrats keep admitting they used to dress in blackface.
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."
'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.
White women voters didn't really help with the whole "blue wave" thing
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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.
The midterms aren't over yet. Here are the races still in play.
More than a dozen congressional races haven't been decided yet.
Lucy McBath Defeats Karen Handel, Flipping Historically Red District in Georgia
After a recount delayed results, Lucy McBath has declared victory over Karen Handel, flipping a contentious congressional seat Democrats lost in 2017.
Georgia governor's race
Brian Kemp finally resigned as Georgia secretary of state, but he's not governor yet
The ballots are still being counted, and Stacey Abrams has refused to concede
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.
Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams won’t concede until all the ballots are counted
“Votes remain to be counted. Voices waiting to be heard.”
Georgia voters in key districts showed up to malfunctioning machines and hours-long waits
The problems were reported at polling stations in counties near Atlanta which have large black and Democrat populations.
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.