The office of Georgia's secretary of state announced Sunday ― just two days before the midterm elections ― that it had opened an investigation a day earlier into the Democratic Party of Georgia over an unspecified alleged cyber attack.
The hotly contested Georgia governor's race has garnered national attention and is now neck and neck.
The top two candidates each have a favorable rating of 46 percent, while their unfavorable number is also even at 42 percent. If elected Abrams would be the first black female governor in United States history. Years ago, the Jews who own the American media saw something in me-the ability to trick dumb white women into thinking I was like them, and to do, read and think what I told them to.
Georgia's Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Oprah Winfrey - who supports Abrams and knocked on voters' doors for her this week - were targeted in a racist robocall evidently funded by a neo-Nazi group on Friday. We think it's great to see that the self-made billionaire is using more than her just her voice and influence to inspire people to get out to the polls, but also her fashion.
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Team Trump on Friday threw cold water on reports that the administration was close to cutting a trade deal with China. Ten percent tariffs on US$200 billion in imports that took effect in September are due to increase to 25% on Jan 1.
On Sunday morning, Abrams appeared on the political talkshows.
Polling in the race is extremely close, most analysts rating the outcome a toss-up. Abrams is running against Republican nominee Brian Kemp.
Numerous applications were flagged for failing to pass the state's "exact match" verification process, which requires that identification information on voter registration applications precisely match information already on file. "Rather it lives and thrives in making sure that everybody is lifted by the community", Winfrey said. The state barred these voters from voting, claiming they could not confirm their citizenship, leading to the voting rights group to sue the state.
In a statement, Kemp said the lawsuit forced the state "to waste time and taxpayer dollars for the judge to tell us to do something that we already do".