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Trumpy Georgia Gov. Candidate Who Got 3% of the Vote Refuses to Concede

Trumpy Georgia Gov. Candidate Who Got 3% of the Vote Refuses to Concede

With his actions following the 2020 election, Donald Trump set the new standard for Republican candidates. No matter how much you lose by, just claim that the vote was rigged.

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Kandiss Taylor ran in the Governor’s primary in Georgia with the platform; Jesus, Guns, Babies. Her message didn’t resonate with voters and Taylor only received 3.4% of the vote share. The Republican is now refusing the concede the race.

A press release from the candidate read, “Given that my vote total currently lags my number of volunteers by nearly 20,000, I do not trust these election results and neither should any supporter of either of my opponents or candidates in any other races.”

The statement continued, “It is my opinion that our elections in Georgia have become a travesty spearheaded by the corrupt, organized, willful assault that Governor Brian Kemp, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, Attorney General Chris Carr, and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams have inflicted on our election process. I do not concede.”

Despite Taylor’s support for Trump, he did not support her candidacy. Instead, the former President backed David Perdue’s losing bid. Unlike Taylor, Perdue graciously conceded on election night after being soundly defeated by Brian Kemp.

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