Stacey Abrams, voting rights activist, said the steady stream of voters from both sides of the aisle signals that “it’s going to be a tight race.”
Abrams also expressed confidence in the state's election process. "I think we continue to make progress. Now, let's be clear, we have not fully eliminated voter suppression in Georgia or across the country, but we have made dramatic strides, from even June and certainly 2018," Abrams said.
When discussing the chances of Democratic Senate candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock winning the seats, Abrams explained, "Being a battleground means you have to fight for victory."
"Republicans for 20 years took for granted their successes. We made them fight in 2018, we made them fight in 2020 and we won the battle in 2020. We're going to win this battle in 2021 whether it's by winning these two elections or by forcing Republicans to take seriously the need of Democrats, the needs of independents, the needs of the people. We are going to be able to compel Republicans to actually have to talk about the issues and debate the issues as opposed to having a fait accompli for their ideas," she added.
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