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Jenny Jarvie

Jenny Jarvie is a national reporter for the Los Angeles Times based in Atlanta, where she covers stories on politics, culture, race, immigration and poverty. She has written from the South for a range of publications, including the Los Angeles Times, the New Republic, Atlantic’s CityLab, ArtsATL and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Raised in England and Italy, Jarvie studied English literature and philosophy at the University of Glasgow in Scotland and began her journalism career at the Daily Telegraph in London.
Stacey Abrams ends bid for Georgia governor and pledges to fight ‘gross mismanagement’ of election

Speaking defiantly to a news conference, Stacey Abrams said her actions did not constitute a concession, but she acknowledged that she had no further recourse under the law and that Republican Brian Kemp would be certified the winner.

Trump calls to end recounts in Florida's Senate and governor elections, and alleges fraud without evidence

President Trump on Monday called to end recounts in Florida's Senate and governor races, a move that would disenfranchise some voters, including military troops. He alleged without evidence — contradicting Republican state officials — that narrowing margins benefiting Democrats were due to fraud.

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