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Stark choice in Georgia governor's race

ATLANTA - It is shaping up to be the ultimate identity-politics contest: A brash, shotgun-wielding, white male conservative who bills himself as "politically incorrect" will compete in Georgia's gubernatorial race with a liberal Ivy League Democrat who hopes to be the nation's first black female governor.

After celebrating his landslide win Tuesday night in Georgia's Republican primary for governor, Brian Kemp was quick to pivot to the November general election, painting his Democratic rival, Stacey Abrams, as a radical funded by coastal elites.

"So here's the question: Do you really want a governor

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