Oprah Winfrey On Racist, Sexist Robocalls: 'Jesus Don't Like Ugly'

If elected, Abrams would be the first non-white, non-male governor of Georgia and the first female African American governor in U.S. history.

Kemp's office said in a statement on Sunday it launched the investigation late on Saturday and that it had notified the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the FBI. The system, he said, "clearly has never been audited by any computer security professional".

Voters in one of the nation's most closely watched governor's races cast ballots Tuesday amid an ongoing dispute about one of the candidates' management of Georgia's elections system, leaving open the possibility that supporters on the losing side may not accept the outcome. "Tomorrow show up and show out, and vote".

He announced his investigation shortly after the investigative journalism website WhoWhatWhy reported that the state Democratic Party had discovered a vulnerability in Georgia's voter registration system that could allow a person to gain access to and potentially alter millions of records. These states typically vote Democratic in presidential elections but in 2016 swung to Trump, securing his win in the electoral college system that tallies wins in states, even as he lost the national popular vote.

The Georgia secretary of state's official website says the office "opened an investigation into the Democratic Party of Georgia" regarding a failed hacking attempt on Saturday night, adding that it also alerted federal authorities.

"It's no surprise that militant Black Panthers are armed and patrolling the streets of Georgia for Stacey Abrams", Ryan Mahoney, communications director for Kemp for Governor, said in a statement to CBS 46.

The results of the governor's race will tell us everything about what that future is going to look like - in the state of Georgia and around the country.

Kemp wrote, "The Black Panther Party is backing my opponent".

Her husband Lance Whatley, a 29-year-old software engineer, was leaning toward voting for Kemp as he waited.

Most notably there's Brian Kemp, the Republican candidate for governor of Georgia. She wants citizens to vote for her because her campaign is simply "better".

There are seats and positions up for election all over the United States, but for VSU students, the race that everyone has their eyes on is the Georgia's gubernatorial race of a lifetime. And we know what to do about that: vote.

Oprah Winfrey and Georgia Democratic Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams greet the audience during a town hall style event at the Cobb Civic Center on November 1, 2018 in Marietta, Georgia. I just want to say, Jesus don't like ugly", Oprah said in an Instagram video captioned, "The antidote to Hate.

Republican Brian Kemp on Monday stood by his decision to level claims of attempted hacking at Democrats, turning their objections - and the concerns of nonpartisan civil rights groups - into an election eve selling point.

Here's the thing, though: although experts seem to agree that, yes, the vulnerabilities are very much real, no one, including Kemp, has offered any evidence that the Democratic Party tried to abuse that problem.

  • Tracy Klein