Toss around accusations of a failed attempt to hack a state’s voter registration system — without actually providing any proof — that’s one way to really stir things up right before the midterm elections.
That is what Brian Kemp, Georgia’s current secretary of state — who is also the Republican candidate for governor — did on Sunday. With the midterm elections just a few days away, Kemp accused the Democratic Party of Georgia of hacking the state’s voter registration system. Democrat Stacey Abrams, his opponent, called it “a reckless and unethical ploy” to mislead voters.
Read more about this developing story on CSO.