If Abrams wins next week, the former Georgia state House minority leader would become the country's first female African-American governor.
Kemp is trying to prevent Democrats from establishing Georgia as a legitimate presidential battleground state.
Abrams would be the first black female governor in US history.
If Fox News co-host Dagen McDowell is correct, Oprah Winfrey's decision to stump for Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams just handed her the seat. And I know it's easy for a lot of people to feel that you have no power against those injustices, but this is what I'm here to tell you: "This land was made for you and me".
Lewis, the 78-year-old congressman who as a young man was severely beaten by police as he fought for voting rights in the Jim Crow South, put Georgia's choice in the broadest context: "This young lady is playing a major role in helping liberate all of us, liberate the state of Georgia, liberate the South, liberate America".
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The ad then turns to footage of the caravan of Central American migrants making their way towards the U.S. border. Bush adviser Lee Atwater had apologized for the race-baiting Willie Horton ad shortly before his death in '91.
On Sunday morning, Abrams appeared on the political talkshows.
"I was sitting at home in California, minding my own business, but I could not stop hearing about what's going on down here", Winfrey said, charming the crowd that had gathered to see her.
The rally was the first of two the media magnate is holding for Abrams on Thursday in one of the nation's most closely watched gubernatorial races.
The ruling said allowing these people to vote was in the public's best interest. Abrams is running against Republican nominee Brian Kemp.
As reported by usatoday.com, the injunction is part of a larger lawsuit filed by a number of civil rights groups that are sung on behalf of more than 50,000 people flagged as ineligible voters. The state barred these voters from voting, claiming they could not confirm their citizenship, leading to the voting rights group to sue the state.
The ruling from U.S. District Judge Eleanor Ross is a "minor change" to the current system, said Candice Broce, a spokeswoman for Kemp, in a statement.