July 1, 2022

GA Gov. Brian Kemp predicts November success against Stacey Abrams

After his decisive victory in Georgia’s Republican gubernatorial primary last week, Gov. Brian Kemp has just made a prediction regarding the November general election, and it is not one that Democrat nominee Stacey Abrams is likely to find terribly encouraging, as Breitbart reports.

Speaking exclusively to Breitbart News via telephone, Kemp was asked what he would do to earn the support of Republicans in his state who cast their primary ballots for his Trump-endorsed rival, former Sen. David Perdue.

“I think Stacy Abrams is going to be the great unifier,” Kemp said, expressing his belief that conservative opposition to his liberal opponent’s stated policy positions is certain to bring his party together on Election Day.

National attention is certain to be focused on Georgia’s races for the governorship and a U.S. Senate seat, and in Kemp’s estimation, Abrams’ chances of success are even lower than they were back in 2018 when he defeated the Democrat by a narrow margin.

Though Abrams has built a substantial national profile and has raised notable funds from groups far beyond Georgia, Kemp believes he is poised for a convincing win.

“The whole cycle is completely different than ’18. It’s not an open seat anymore. I am the current governor. I’ve got a great record to run on,” said Kemp. “That’s what I did in the primary, and I’m gonna run on that same record in the general, and we’re gonna beat her again.”

The governor expanded on the reasons he feels so confident about his prospects this Fall, saying, “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, and Georgians are frustrated with that…and that’s exactly where Stacey Abrams would take us.”

Kemp’s prognostications about how rank-and-file voters in the Peach State will react to Abrams’ approach seem all the more credible given the Democrat’s recent head-scratching proclamation that Georgia is “the worst state in the country to live.”

With most gubernatorial candidates traditionally opting to be their state’s greatest cheerleader rather than its loudest detractor, it is not surprising that, as Breitbart noted, a recent SurveyUSA poll revealed Kemp to have a 5-point lead in his matchup with Abrams, a margin he can hopefully maintain and even expand as November draws ever closer.

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