One day after Brian Kemp proclaimed himself the winner of Georgia’s gubernatorial race, and shortly after he and Gov. Nathan Deal stood together to announce the formation of a transition team to help Kemp prepare to take up office, a group of litigators stood together at Stacy Abrams’ Atlanta headquarters with a message: Not so fast.

Pointing to Kemp’s own admission that thousands of votes remain uncounted amid reports of uncounted absentee ballots and county elections officials “overwhelmed” with provisional ballots that must be reviewed, attorney Allegra Lawrence-Hardy said the Abrams campaign will not rest until “every vote is counted.”

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