Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has secured another term, fending off Democrat Stacey Abrams in the duo’s second match-up, NBC News projected. Kemp had consistently led Abrams, a strategist and former state House minority leader, in polls by a margin of more than 5 percentage points throughout the campaign. Unlike their last election, where Abrams lost by 1.4 percentage points, Kemp had a decided advantage this time as the incumbent governor with an above-water approval rating.
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