A new poll does not look good for Democrat Stacy Abrams quest to become Georgia governor.
Abrams lost to Brian Kemp in 2018 and took a long time to concede the race.
According to University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs right now Abrams would lose in a head to head against Kemp 48% to 41%.
Abrams would also lose to David Perdue 47-43% should Perdue be the GOP candidate and defeat Kemp in the Republican primary.
Earlier this month, Abrams was not available to be part of President Biden’s voting rights speech in Georgia, blaming a scheduling mix up.
While the move raised eyebrows and caused rumors of her trying to separate herself from the President, Biden claimed “we got our scheduling mixed up. I talked to her at length this morning. We’re all on the same page, and everything’s fine.”