Stacey Abrams signals she'd maintain Brian Kemp's tax cuts as Georgia governor
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has signaled that if elected as Georgia's governor, she would keep Republican Gov. Brian Kemp's tax cuts that are set to save state residents an estimated $1 billion.
The Kemp campaign and the Republican Governors Association hammered Abrams on Wednesday, which marked 50 days since Kemp signed what was touted by his office as "the largest income tax cut in state history." They accused Abrams of being "silent" on the matter as Democrats are widely attacked by Republicans as wanting to raise taxes.
The Abrams campaign...