In the ad, Kemp also said he would enforce a state law that bans sanctuary cities. Though the meaning varies widely, it typically signals that the city won’t work with federal immigration authorities to hand over people in the country illegally.
With a “putting Georgians first” platform that echoes Trump’s America First motto, Kemp aims to rev up conservative voters in rural Georgia and last week ended a 50-stop bus tour that crisscrossed the state.
Neither of the two Democrats – former House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams and ex-state Rep. Stacey Evans – have launched TV ads yet. But a third-party group, PowerPAC Georgia, said last week it will spend $2.5 million to boost Abrams’ campaign.