WATCH: Stacey Abrams Claims Election Was Rigged. Brian Kemp Destroys Her Claims.

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Georgia Republican Governor-elect Brian Kemp shot down claims made by Democratic conspiracy theorist Stacey Abrams on Tuesday after Abrams suggested that she lost because the election was rigged against her.

"We saw the 'easy to vote' part — we had 1.4 million more voters in this election than we did in the last governor’s race. A historic turnout," Kemp said. "We have a million more people on the rolls because I pushed for and implemented online voter registration where people could register to vote 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. If my opponent and her activist groups had used the online system, they wouldn’t have had as many problems as they did with the folks that they were registering."

"Nobody’s questioning the Democrats’ wins, knocking off one of our congresswomen in the state of Georgia," Kemp continued. "They’re not questioning the local races that they won. This is really just political rhetoric."

Kemp then addressed Abrams' claim that he set up fewer polling locations in urban areas.

"Well, that’s just a mistruth. The county elections officials, the local elections boards have the sole responsibility for how many polling locations they have and where they are,” Kemp said. “That has been the rule of law and the way it works in Georgia under Republican and Democrat Secretaries of State. So that's just not true. And by the way, the one county that this was an issue with before the election, they’re controlled by Democrats. She's blaming me for a problem that they created and it’s just ridiculous.”

"We have laws on the books in Georgia, and I know she may not like some of the laws, but we take an oath of office and the county officials have a duty to follow the law and the elections rules that we have in our state," Kemp said. "We check citizenship. We require people to show photo ID when they vote. And we verify this information before people go on the voter rolls."

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