Supporters of the Democratic candidate in Georgia’s governor’s lag say they tranquil are no longer giving up hope of a get.
Stacey Abrams is refusing to concede to Republican Brian Kemp until all votes are counted.
Below Georgia election laws, a candidate for governor need to reach 50% of the vote to retain remote from a runoff. As of early Wednesday, Kemp’s half of the vote stood at 51%.
A canvasser tells the BBC the importance of Abrams’ influence, and why she thinks there is tranquil hope.
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