The campaign, after polling Georgia’s counties individually, believes that 26,081 votes statewide have not yet been counted.
Georgia Democrats have already successfully sued to have late-arriving absentee ballots in Dougherty County counted. On Sunday, Abrams' campaign said a second lawsuit is being filed that would force counties to count rejected provisional and absentee ballots under certain circumstances.
Kemp has already declared victory, and his campaign insists that Abrams will not be able to find the votes needed to continue her race.
She invoked the story of Rep. Dan Gasaway, R-Homer, as an example of a candidate who fought to have every vote in his race counted with the court's help.
A judge in September ordered a redo of a May election where Gasaway lost his party’s primary. Afterward, it was discovered that many voters in his district cast ballots in another race because of a mapping error.
The primary will be held again on Dec. 4. Abrams said Republicans never questioned Gasaway’s effort to correct the error.
“In that election, Republicans didn’t clamor for him to step down,” she said. “They didn’t demand that he concede. They supported their colleague who did their own investigation.”