ATLANTA - Less than four days until the Republican party decides who they want to have face Democrat Stacey Abrams to vie for Georgia’s next governor.
No one gubernatorial candidate received a majority of votes in the May 22 primary, so it comes down to a runoff Tuesday between Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle and Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp.
Friday was the last day of Early Voting before the actual runoff election.
An exclusive FOX 5-Opinion Savvy Poll has Kemp in the lead with 55 percent of likely Republican voters. Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle has 37 percent. Eight percent are still undecided.
President Trump endorsed Kemp on Wednesday and Saturday afternoon he will get a boost from Vice President Mike Pence who will attend a rally for Kemp in Macon.
Earlier this week, Governor Nathan Deal announced his support for Cagle.
The runoff is Tuesday. Polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The winner will face Democrat Stacey Abrams on the November 6 ballot.