Because of the many questions surrounding the election, Abrams campaign says their warnings prior to election day about Kemp’s refusal to step down as Secretary of State have come true.
“Overall we feel that the onus is on our campaign to fight for fairness, for a fair election, and we’re up against an unfair system where our own opponent is overseeing his election,” Groh-Wargo said.
Noting that counties may not certify election results until Tuesday because of the Monday holiday, she said there could be many days before the outcome of the gubernatorial race is determined. Once counties turn the numbers into the Secretary of State, he has until Nov. 20 to certify statewide results.
Abrams’ campaign may not wait until then if it decides legal action is needed.
“We have an incredibly experienced Atlanta-based team, and they know the Georgia Code and they know these counties,” Groh-Wargo said. “So, we are looking at all options.”