Politics

Too Close To Call: What’s Next In Georgia Gubernatorial, Congressional Races

At Stacey Abrams’ campaign event Tuesday night, attendees waited and kept track of election results. The governor’s race between Abrams and Brian Kemp was one of several that were still too close to call Wednesday.
At Stacey Abrams’ campaign event Tuesday night, attendees waited and kept track of election results. The governor’s race between Abrams and Brian Kemp was one of several that were still too close to call Wednesday.
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The midterm elections have come and gone, but some big races on the ballot in Georgia are still too close to call.

There’s still no clear winner in the Georgia governor’s race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp. The margin in that race is under 70,000 votes as of Wednesday morning.

The races for Georgia’s 6th and 7th U.S. Congressional seats in suburban Atlanta also don’t have clear outcomes.

WABE’s Emma Hurt joined Sam Whitehead on “Morning Edition” to look at what’s next for those races.