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The winner of the race to become governor of Georgia has yet to be declared, with Stacey Abrams, vying to become the first female African American governor, trailing Brian Kemp by just under 100,000 votes. Abrams believes there are still enough ballots left to be counted to take the contest to a runoff, and the battle between the Trump-aligned Kemp and the firebrand Democrat Abrams symbolises many of America's deepest divisions. The Guardian's Oliver Laughland and Tom Silverstone report
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