Republicans continue winning, winning, winning.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp is leading Democrat opponent Stacey Abrams by five points in Georgia’s gubernatorial race, according to a new poll.
“The poll, conducted by the ECU Center for Survey Research from June 6 to 9, found Kemp with 50 percent support and Abrams with 45 percent support, while two percent of respondents said they were undecided on a candidate,” reports Breitbart News.
“Kemp is facing a rematch in November against Abrams, a voting rights activist and former state lawmaker whom he narrowly defeated in 2018. Abrams is back on the campaign trail with stronger financial support and a higher profile than in 2018, but Kemp indicated to Breitbart News in an interview in May he was undeterred by her candidacy.”
“The whole cycle is completely different than ’18,” said Kemp. “It’s not an open seat anymore. I am the current governor. I’ve got a great record to run on.”
The governor continued, “This environment nationally and in Georgia for Democrats right now, they’re the party of Joe Biden, 40-year-high inflation, disaster at the border, more rules and regulations, more taxes, you know, just a broken Washington that hasn’t gotten hardly anything done.”
To read more about Georgia’s race and see the full report, click here.