Stacey Abrams appeared to refuse a concession amidst a tight race with candidate Brian Kemp for the governor of Georgia and also hinted at a run-off. Her campaign said they were waiting for tens of thousands of absentee and provisional ballots to be counted. Campaign manager Lauren Groh-Wargo predicted that neither candidate would reach a majority, sending the bitterly fought contest to a runoff election next month.
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