The South Carolina senator and Donald Trump supporter was found by the grand jury as least likely to have committed election-related crimes.
Kemp narrowly beat Abrams four years ago by 0.4 points, or 54,723 votes. Trump's refusal to back Kemp might give Abrams what she needs to win this time.
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp defeated a candidate endorsed by former President Donald Trump in last week's Republican gubernatorial primary.
"You think crooked Brian Kemp got 73 percent or whatever? Impossible!" Mike Lindell said Saturday ahead of Donald Trump's Wyoming rally.
The former president must now look to the Wyoming Republican primary after his revenge plot against the Georgia governor failed magnificently.
The former president's endorsed candidate, David Perdue, ended up losing by more than 50 percentage points to Gov. Brian Kemp in Tuesday's GOP primary.
Kemp, the Peach State's incumbent governor, easily overcame a challenge from former Senator David Perdue in Tuesday's Republican primary.
The Democratic gubernatorial candidate and the Republican governor will face off in a rematch. Abrams narrowly lost to Kemp in 2018.
Perdue endorsed current Georgia Governor Brian Kemp after the incumbent easily defeated Perdue in Tuesday's primary.
Ex-president sought to punish those who defied him after the 2020 election, but his rivals proved him wrong, beating some of his endorsed candidates Tuesday.
Analysts say Abrams would have been better off running against Trump-backed David Perdue in November's general election than the incumbent governor.
The former president faces arguably his most high-profile defeat since 2020 if David Perdue loses to incumbent Georgia Governor Brian Kemp as expected.
The Trump-endorsed gubernatorial hopeful has now twice told the Black Democratic challenger to "go back" to where she came from during his campaign.
"I am tired of hearing about how we're the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live," Abrams said Saturday.
Mike Pence and Governor Brian Kemp are speaking at a Get Out the Vote Rally in Georgia on Monday. Here is how to watch all the action.
Donald Trump's support is no longer the "golden ticket" to victory in GOP primaries, Georgia's Republican lieutenant governor said on Sunday.
"Donald Trump cost him his Senate seat and now...has not helped him win this governor's race," Scott Jennings said Sunday about former Senator David Perdue.
Alyssa Farah Griffin said Sunday that Donald Trump makes endorsements that are based on "personal kind of vendettas" instead of "who is electable."
"I said what I said. Get offended," Georgia's GOP gubernatorial candidate Kandiss Taylor said Thursday after receiving criticism online for her comments.
The current Republican governor appears to be on track to defeat the former president's favored candidate.
Mike Pence and George W. Bush are among those who are hoping the governor can defeat the Trump-backed David Perdue in the upcoming primary.
The former president will be in Austin to headline the American Freedom Tour on Saturday.
Mike Pence has announced he will join Brian Kemp's rally in Georgia on May 23, in open defiance of his former boss Donald Trump.
Former President Donald Trump said last year that the Democratic contender "might be better" than incumbent GOP Governor Brian Kemp.
David Perdue, the former president's choice in the GOP gubernatorial primary in Georgia, is way behind Gov. Brian Kemp in the polls.
Republican contender Kandiss Taylor's recent remarks come as GOP congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene has also raised alarms about Satan's alleged influence on society.
An analysis by Ballotpedia showed that Trump-backed candidates had a 77 percent success rate in 2020, up from 58 percent in 2018.
"With the Republican contests, the big takeaway is how Trumpy the entire field is," says one GOP consultant, as the 2022 primary elections get underway.
A recent poll showed that only 27 percent of respondents said they will vote for former U.S. Senator David Perdue, who is Donald Trump's favored candidate.
Despite an endorsement from Donald Trump, the former senator's odds have drifted in Georgia's gubernatorial race.