ATLANTA - Earlier this week, FOX 5’s Russ Spencer interviewed the two Republicans in the runoff for Georgia Governor, Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp.
Now, we hear from the Democrat one of them will face in November, Stacey Abrams, who made history in May as the first African American woman nominated for governor in the U.S. by a major political party.
This is their extended conversation about the issues, her experience, and, yes, her tax debt. Abrams faces a big hurdle.
In recent statewide elections for governor and U.S. Senate, the Democratic candidates have lost by a remarkably consistent margin: 200,000 votes.