Meanwhile, her Republican opponent Brian Kemp—who, in his current role as Secretary of State, oversees the state’s elections—is being sued by the Georgia NAACP to stop enforcement of the state’s “exact match” law requiring that a voter’s information be exactly the same on all forms of identification. The AP reported earlier this month that Kemp’s office had put 53,000 new voter registrations on hold. According to the AP report, “nearly 70 percent” of those new registrations on hold were for black voters. What a coincidence!

Kemp and Abrams face off tonight for the first gubernatorial debate. Seems like they’ll have a lot to talk about.