Democratic Primary Still Up for Grabs

More than half of Georgia’s Democrats don’t know who they will vote for in the Democratic Primary–now just 32 days away.

The latest AJC/Channel 2 poll finds: 52% of Democrats are in the undecided/don’t know campaign, 33% back Stacey Abrams and 15% support Stacey Evans.

Despite this, the Abrams campaign seemed to signal they’re preparing for a victory.

In a statement the Abrams campaign said:  “as the race draws closer to the finish line, voters continue to flock to the Abrams campaign. This poll further cements Abrams’ position as the unquestioned frontrunner in the race.”

Weird, this poem just happened to appear as I was typing up the post, hyperlinked and everything. No I’m not passing judgement on the statement or anything….

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At breakfast this morning I was talking to people about who they supported for governor. One guy (who happens to be black…fyi) said he was undecided. When I told him about Abram’s voting record he decided he was voting for Evans. So, Stacey Evans, if you win by 1 vote…it’s because of me! He also mentioned he had seen Evans’s commercial and liked her story. I saw the Abrams commercial this week and it was really strange. I still say she is trying to play black people.

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Gregs

I think Evans has a much better chance to win in the general election than Abrams but the primary is dominated by a demographic unlikely to chose Evans over Abrams. The dems may waste the best opportunity to win a statewide office in a generation because the electorate is energized.