Stacey Abrams said on Monday that she would not allow her loss at the 2018 Gubernatorial Election in Georgia, arguing that this would make her accept the oppression of voters tweeted the previous day that Abrams did Race to Governor Brian Kemp (R) should step down if she "really took care of the integrity of the elections".
Abrams responded to "CBS This Morning" why she did not concede.
"Concession means saying that the process was fair, but if I run an organization that does not allow in 1
Why did not you concede?
– CBS This Morning (@CBSThisMorning) August 19, 2019
She stated that she is undeniably that the elections are "legally sufficient".
"I do not pretend to be the governor of Georgia, although Breitbart and others like to say so," added Abrams. "What I said is that we won the fight to ensure that more votes are heard because we had the highest record attendance in the history of the Democrats in Georgia."
There are fewer sharks, "she said. They may have a higher turnout, but that does not diminish the fact that the suppression of voters is real and affects people across the country.
Abrams emerged as a kind of political rock star came within 2 percentage points of the victory over Kemp in the governor's race in deep red Georgia last year.
Since then, she expressed concerns that the alleged suppression of voters, at least in part, for Abrams has spearheaded the removal of thousands of people who had not ballot in the last election from ballot lists and hourly queues in the electoral districts.
Abrams has recently refused to attend decided on the presidential race in 2020 and instead focused on a plan to fight voter suppression by expanding its advocacy group, Fair Fight Action.