INVESTIGATION

Investigation Finds Fraud Accusations By Brian Kemp In Georgia Governor's Election Likely Untrue

Brian Kemp's political campaign for governor of Georgia publicly accused the state's Democratic Party of trying to hack into the state's voter database before the election, but an investigation by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution has found that no crime likely occurred. The accusation by Kemp against the party of Democratic opponent Stacey Abrams added last-minute drama to an already contentious election, and diverted scrutiny away from Kemp's own missteps as a Secretary of State in charge of an election in which he was running. In the weeks since the election, which Kemp won, no evidence has emerged to support the serious allegations his camp raised.