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In front of supporters and media, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a bill he promised to support during his campaign: a near-total ban on abortion after six weeks of pregnancy. Credit: Maggie Lee
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Poll workers and folks waiting to vote at DeKalb's Bessie Branham Recreation Center, Nov. 6, 2018. Credit: Britton Edwards
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Gov. Brian Kemp (l) and Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan, both newly elected Republicans, discuss SB 106 at the state Capitol on Feb. 14. Credit: Maggie Lee
A ceiling in the state The Georgia state Capitol's Gold Dome, viewed from the inside. Credit: Kelly JordanCapitol in Atlanta. Credit: Kelly Jordan
Brian Kemp did not declare victory in a close gubernatorial contest, but he said the math is on his side. Credit: Maggie Lee
Stacey Abrams, Georgia's democratic gubernatorial candidate, speaks with supporters after an Atlanta press conference on July 27, 2018. Credit: Maggie Lee
Brian Kemp did not declare victory in a close gubernatorial contest, but he said the math is on his side. Credit: Maggie Lee
Candidates for Georgia Governor from left; Democrat Stacey Abrams, Republican Sec. of State Brian Kemp, and Libertarian Ted Metz, right, during a pause in a debate on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018, in Atlanta. Credit: AP Photo/John Bazemore
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After a rough primary season, Georgia GOP Chairman John Watson emceed a Republican unity rally Thursday, with numerous party leaders on stage and rallying a crowd. Credit: Maggie Lee