Democrat Stacey Abrams on Monday allowed that she is not the governor of Georgia, but said formally conceding the 2018 election to Gov. Brian Kemp would be an implicit acknowledgment that the system was “fair.”

“Because concession means to say that the process was fair,” Ms. Abrams said on “CBS This Morning” when asked why she didn’t formally concede defeat in the race.

“But when I run an organization that in 10 days between election night and the night I refused to concede, we received more than 50,000 phone calls of people who were denied the right to vote — I am complicit if I say that that system is fair,” she said.