There are nearly 7 million registered voters in the state. On Sunday, Trump flew Air Force One to a middle Georgia airfield and called him "a great leader".
Abrams blasts Kemp as "an architect of voter suppression" for the way he's opted to enforce federal and state election laws. "If websites of secretaries of states go down, [that could be another issue]".
"The frequency and severity of the complaints make clear that we have significant work to do to fix our broken election system", said Kristen Clarke, the group's president.
The closing weeks of the campaign has been defined by charges and counter charges surrounding the election process itself. Libertarian Party candidate Ted Metz could increase the likelihood of that happening if he peels away enough voters from Kemp and Abrams.
The contest has turned bitter as Abrams and Kemp traded charges of shenanigans.
Their goal is to prevent Kemp, who now serves as Georgia's secretary of state, from declaring the victor of today's election and from being involved in any recounts or runoffs.
David Cross, however, an attorney who has been involved in cybersecurity-related litigation against the Georgia Secretary of State's office, said he was also alerted to the potential vulnerabilities by the same individual who contacted the Georgia Democratic Party. Before any of that became public, Kemp's state office declared Sunday that it was investigating Georgia Democrats.More news: Magic Johnson puts pressure on Luke Walton after Lakers' slow start
Oprah Winfrey reacted late Monday to reports of "racist robocalls" focusing on Georgia voters ahead of the midterm elections. Over the weekend, voting security experts informed Kemp that the voting system is susceptible to hacking, and Kemp quickly called on the FBI to investigate Democrats for "cybercrimes" trying to hack his state's elections.
For her part, Abrams alluded to years of court fights with Kemp over voter registration rules. "So, please join me and Color of Change PAC and show up to vote on November 6". The lawsuit says that Kemp presiding over an election in which he is a candidate "violates a basic notion of fairness".
The Democratic Party of Georgia is pushing back against the allegations. "He made up a story like a 6-year-old trying to cover his tracks".
Abrams is running as an unapologetic liberal, marked by her pledge to reverse Georgia Republicans' refusal to expand Medicaid insurance under Obama's 2010 health care law.
Oprah also used her speech to talk to "black people with ancestors who never had the chance" to vote.
Voters in the U.S. state of Georgia broke the record for early voting in a midterm election with more than two million ballots cast ahead of tomorrow's contest, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp said in a press release.