In this past election, Democrats scored some huge victories, thanks to voter fraud. Georgia was supposed to be the scene of a huge victory for serial whiner, Stacey Abrams. She lost.
But, there was another election in Georgia and it went into a runoff since you must get over 50% of the vote to win. Republican Georgia state Rep. Brad Raffensperger won the runoff election to become the next Georgia secretary of state. He won with 53% of the vote at last count in the Tuesday election.
There can be no recount because the margin of victory was so large. At least we got this victory.
Raffensperer will fill a position held not long ago by Republican Gov.-elect Brian Kemp, who stepped down from the Georgia secretary of state position shortly after Election Day to begin the transition to the governor’s office. His victory over former Democratic state Rep. Stacey Abrams created controversy that trickled down to the Secretary of State’s race.
Abrams — who is also known for writing raunchy romance novels — has vehemently accused Kemp of using his secretary of state position to suppress black voters and has refused to acknowledge his victory as legitimate. These accusations, which Kemp debunked, continue to be repeated by Abrams’s campaign staff. The former Democratic lawmaker is suing the state over perceived voting irregularities.
Democrats used Abrams’s claims of voter suppression to urge voters to elect Barrow.
\You can chalk this one up to the good guys even as Democrats try to steal another congressional seat in North Carolina. It appears they are going to do a do-over in that contest.