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Georgia

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, is the first black woman in American history to be a major party's nominee for that office. For the former state legislator to make history as the nation's first black female governor, she'll have to beat Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp. Georgia hasn't elected a Democratic governor in 20 years. It's one of the most competitive races, pitting the Trump-endorsed Republican against a Bernie Sanders-backed Democrat. The suburban Atlanta-area 6th and 7th congressional districts are seen as the state's most competitive House races. Both are currently represented by Republicans, but Hillary Clinton outperformed Barack Obama here in 2016. Despite those Democratic gains, they will be difficult to flip, but a strong night for Democrats could do the trick. 

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