The media portrays Georgia’s gubernatorial election as an epic rematch, but the playing field
has changed since 2018. While Stacey Abrams has leveraged her 2018 loss into fame and fortune, Gov. Kemp has been governing the state amidst a pandemic and an economic crisis created by inane Democratic policies. If Republicans can avoid a circular firing squad, Gov. Kemp will defeat Abrams by a lot more than 55,000 votes this time around.