Democratic candidate for Governor of Georgia, Stacey Abrams, says she will give up the fight for Governor, even though she thinks a “system of suppression” denied her a victory. She claims “democracy failed Georgia.” The problem is that in her litany of supposed incompetence she is actually claiming arises from problems that happened in counties, not at the state level.
State law is very clear that long lines, etc. are not grounds for overturning an election and she recognizes she has no remedy moving forward. She claims she will keep up the fight, which undoubtedly will involve a run against Senator David Perdue.
In her statement, she hints at a future race and claims Brian Kemp was “deliberate and intentional in his actions” to undermine democracy this year. She claim there will be new fights.