"While we cannot comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation, I can confirm that the Democratic Party of Georgia is under investigation for possible cybercrimes", said Candice Broce, who works for Kemp.
The remainder of those asked are still undecided. Shortly before the 2016 presidential election, he was one of 11 secretaries of state to reject a DHS offer to run cyber-hygiene scans on his statewide voter file.
Read the full survey here. Kemp was clearly afraid that his racist voter suppression tactics may not seal the deal for him, which is why his latest fear-mongering tactic was so laughable.
"It's just one more example of the kinds of problems that can occur when the person who is in charge of running the elections in the state is not only a partisan elected official but is a party's candidate for the highest office in the state".
While much of the focus on Tuesday is on which party wins control of the U.S. Congress, Republicans and Democrats are battling across the country for state-level power, which can help them support or resist Trump's agenda on issues such as healthcare, gun control and gay rights. "And I want you to know that their blood has seeped into my DNA, and I refuse to let their sacrifices be in vain".
"This political stunt from Kemp just days before the election is yet another example of why he can not be trusted and should not be overseeing an election in which he is also a candidate for governor", the state party's executive director, Rebecca DeHart, said in a statement. Democrats say they want to move past the time in Georgia that they remember for segregation, voter suppression and racial oppression.
If elected, Abrams would be the first non-white, non-male governor of Georgia and the first female African American governor in United States history. While providing no details of the incident, besides that the alleged attempt failed, Brian Kemp's office did say that the federal authorities are investigating the claims.
Kemp wrote, "The Black Panther Party is backing my opponent". Rachel Small is a volunteer for the Democratic Party of Georgia on our voter protection hotline.
The initial email in the exchange is from a man who was outlining vulnerabilities in the Secretary of State's website. They contend he has been lax on securing voter data and that his office previously improperly disclosed private information on six million Georgians.
"Over the last few weeks we've seen increasing desperation from many dark corners trying to steal the election, cheat, lie, and prey on people's fears rather than having the respect to listen to voters and speak to their hopes", Collazo said. And on Saturday, a federal judge ruled that Georgia must relax voting restrictions that could prevent more than 3,000 people from casting ballots in Tuesday's poll.