Draft Supreme Court ruling puts abortion in spotlight in Georgia GOP primary battle
The underdog in Georgia’s Republican primary race for governor is seizing on the leaked Supreme Court draft opinion for a last-minute jolt to his flailing candidacy before the May 24 election.
Former Sen. David Perdue, who is trailing incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp in polls by double digits, is working to convince voters that he is the more pro-life candidate. He is pledging to impose an all-out ban on abortion if the Supreme Court ultimately overturns the constitutional right to abortion.
Mr. Perdue is challenging Mr. Kemp to make the same promise, and one Georgia pollster says the issue could help...