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Stacey Abrams Thought She Discovered Something Great For Dems In Georgia. Then Karl Rove Found Out

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Bradley Devlin General Assignment & Analysis Reporter
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Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams argued that early reporting on Georgia mail-in ballot requests indicate Democrats can win both Senate runoffs in Georgia and consequently take control of the Senate. Republican strategist and Fox News contributor Karl Rove dove into the data during a recent Fox News appearance and came to a very different conclusion.

Abrams has believed for some time now that Democrats can win both of Georgia’s Senate seats come Jan. 5. During a Dec. 14 interview with “CBS This Morning,” Abrams cited some mail-in ballot statistics similar to those released by the U.S. Elections Project. However, during a Dec. 15 appearance on Fox News, Rove challenged Abrams’ assertion that the mail-in ballot requests were good news for Democrats.