Stacey Abrams leads Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp by the slimmest of margins, 46.9% to 46.7%, in the race for Georgia governor in a new poll from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. A third party candidate, Libertarian Ted Metz, took 1.6%. If no candidate gets 50%, the election will move to a run-off in December. Abrams has accused Kemp of trying to supress the votes of minority communities during the campaign.