BAD NEWS FOR ABRAMS: Cook Political Report Moves Georgia Governor Race To Leans Republican

The race for governor in Georgia is one of most closely watched contests in the current election cycle and the Democrats just got some bad news about it.

The analysts at the Cook Political Report have moved the race to ‘leans Republican’ which is great news for conservatives and Brian Kemp.

Is Stacey Abrams going to lose this race for a second time?

Townhall reports:

Very Bad News for Stacey Abrams

We’re now about three and a half months out from the upcoming November elections, where voters will not only cast ballots in the midterms but gubernatorial races across the country, including in Georgia. The race is a re-match from 2018, with Gov. Brian Kemp (R) facing Stacey Abrams (D).

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While the race was, until recently, considered a “Toss-Up,” Cook Political Report has now shifted the race to the “Lean Republican” territory. Sabato’s Crystal Ball and Inside Elections had already changed their ratings to “Lean Republican” and “Tilt Republican,” respectively.

Particularly telling for Kemp is that a majority of his donations have come from Georgia, while a significant amount of Abrams’ donations are coming from California. Axios published a helpful chart last week.

Take note of where all the campaign donations are coming from.

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Don’t worry about Abrams.

She can always get a job in the liberal media.

 

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