"I'm feeling pretty excited, you know, as the kids would say, 'I'm feeling pretty pumped up!'" Wilkinson is a Georgia resident and voted early in the election. The lawsuit states that "It would be improper, unfair, and contrary to the due process of law for Kemp to have the power to certify the winners of the 2018 elections". The citizen made his findings available late last week to the state Democratic Party and to an attorney who flagged the concern to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and to Kemp's office.
Abrams called Kemp's investigation "a desperate ploy".
Their goal is to prevent Kemp, who now serves as Georgia's secretary of state, from declaring the victor of today's election and from being involved in any recounts or runoffs.
The FBI declined to comment.
After election officials received a report Saturday that the state's voter registration website was vulnerable, they blamed the Democrats instead of correcting the issue, said Democratic Party of Georgia Executive Director Rebecca DeHart.
The website's vulnerability could allow someone to access personal information, such as driver's license numbers and addresses, and potentially change voter registration information without permission, said Richard DeMillo, a computer scientist at Georgia Tech. "This political stunt from Kemp just days before the election is yet another example of why he can not be trusted and should not be overseeing an election in which he is also a candidate for governor".
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"There was never a hack", she told a gathering at a Savannah union hall. But political experts tend to believe that Georgia is likely to become more Democratic due to changing demographics, particularly in the Atlanta area. A representative for the Department of Homeland Security confirmed the agency had been notified, but it deferred to Georgia officials for details.
The latest poll: A WSB/Atlanta Journal Constitution poll out Friday showed Abrams with an extremely narrow lead over Kemp - 46.9 percent to 46.7 percent.
On Saturday, a federal judge ruled that the state must relax voting restrictions that could prevent more than 3,000 people from casting ballots in Tuesday's poll.
Former US President Jimmy Carter, a Democrat, urged Kemp last month to step down from his election oversight role, saying keeping it while campaigning "runs counter to the most fundamental principle of democratic elections". Those private communications ended up with Kemp announcing, without providing any evidence, that he was launching an investigation into Georgia Democrats for "possible cybercrimes".
If the voice and the overtly racist tone on the robo-call sound familiar, it's because it's from the same studio that stuffed a "We Negroes" robo-call down the throats of Florida voters, who are deciding whether they want Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum to be the state's first black governor.