“Why does she think it’s the worst? Because she didn’t win the last election, I guess,” Larry, an American from Lawrenceville, responded.
Chandra also condemned Abram’s comments as “absolute nonsense.”
Governor-elect Stacey Abrams of the Democratic Party is running unopposed for governor of Georgia’s Peach State after losing a close race to Republican Brian Kemp in 2018.
Abrams told a crowd at the Gwinnett County Democrats’ Bluetopia Gala, “I’m running for governor because I know that we have to have a conversation about who we are in this state and what we want for each other and from each other.”
“I am tired of hearing about how we’re the best state in the country to do business when we are the worst state in the country to live,” she stated, as published in a tape by the Gwinnett Daily Post.
Abrams acknowledged that such a statement might come out as political, but added that mental health and incarceration rates should be significantly improved in her state.
Nonetheless, Brittany is also not in agreement with Abrams’ assessment.
“I like that it’s a lot of Black people supporting Black people,” Brittany said. “I wouldn’t say it’s the worst place to live in.”
She continued saying Chicago “is a lot more expensive and a lot more dangerous to live in.”
“Do you care about safety and your kids or do you care about stuff that’s not none of your business?” Brittany added.
Meanwhile, among Nancy’s top concerns as she heads to the polls on Tuesday is the economy.
Larry informed Fox News: “Immigration’s one of the big ones. Price of gas is a really big one.”
According to Bob from Gainesville, Georgia, “competence” is important to him.
“I’m a Trump guy, but I’m not going to vote for [former Sen. David] Perdue because I don’t think he’s as competent as Kemp,” Bob said. “I think Kemp has proven that he’s more competent as far as business goes, especially here in Georgia.”
“Everything stems from having good business. You get more jobs, you get better schools, you get a better tax base,” Bob continued. “I think the guy’s doing a great job, and I’m going to vote for him for sure.”
According to the latest Real Clear Politics survey, Kemp leads by 22 points over Perdue, who was endorsed by former President Trump.
“At the end of the day, we’re looking for candidates that support our pro-life values, our values of having a good economy that everybody—that young people can thrive under,” Chandra said.