A steady stream of politically passionate voters casting ballots at Grace Church on Flat Creek Trail in Fayetteville, GA in the runoff election. The big issue “allegations of voter suppression” in the Governor’s Race, made by Democrat Stacy Abrams who lost the race to Republican Brian Kemp. Kemp reportedly cleared up voter registration rolls eliminating fake names, dead people, and Illegal Aliens from registration rosters.
Mary who lives in Fayetteville a Kemp supporter tells WSB Radio “I don’t think there was voter suppression during the election, illegals should not vote, they are not American citizens, it’s for the Americans, you have to be legal, if they are legal fine.” She goes on to say she believes Kemp did the right thing “I don’t think he did anything wrong, I think he did what he was supposed to and take all the dead people off and all the illegals off and all the people that shouldn’t be voting.”
Pat who lives in Tyrone … an Abrams supporter tells WSB Radio “I think there is voter suppression, and that’s why I’m here today, I hope the new secretary of state is going to make a difference and hopefully decrease the frequency in the voter suppression that we have. I think the black vote is very important and we want to make sure all of our votes are counted, because we play a vital role in society and contributing to this country also.”
Polls open from 7am – 7pm.