Vanquished Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D.) boasted about never conceding her race against Gov. Brian Kemp (R.) Thursday and claimed "I did win my election."
Abrams never officially conceded defeat in her bitterly fought race with Kemp, claiming the former secretary of state in Georgia engaged in systematic voter suppression—although the number of voters participating in the governor's race nearly doubled from 2014 to 2018—and claimed it was not a "free or fair election."
At an event Thursday, Abrams was asked by a tracker if she would ever concede to Kemp. She appeared to remain silent, but she said inside that she'd told the tracker "no."
"I did win my election," she said, according to ABC News reporter Adam Kelsey. "I just didn't get to have the job."