Kemp done being underestimated, aims to steer GOP past Trump


              FILE - Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, left, and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams face off in a televised debate, in Atlanta, Oct. 30, 2022. Having vanquished both a Donald Trump-backed Republican challenger and Abrams to win reelection, Kemp is looking to expand his influence in his second term, free from the caricature of the gun-toting, pickup-driving, migrant-catching country boy that emerged during his first campaign for governor. (AP Photo/Ben Gray, File)
            
              FILE - Former Sen. David Perdue, right, speaks during a gubernatorial republican primary debate toward Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, left, on May 1, 2022, in Atlanta. Having vanquished both a Donald Trump-backed Republican challenger and Democratic star Stacey Abrams to win reelection, Kemp is looking to expand his influence in his second term, free from the caricature of the gun-toting, pickup-driving, migrant-catching country boy that emerged during his first campaign for governor.(AP Photo/Brynn Anderson, Pool, File)
            
              FILE - President Donald Trump greets Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and his wife Marty as he arrives at Dobbins Air Reserve Base for a campaign event at the Cobb Galleria Centre, Sept. 25, 2020, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
            
              FILE - Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp speaks at The Neighborhood Lot on July 29, 2022, in McDonough, Ga. Having vanquished both a Donald Trump-backed Republican challenger and Democratic star Stacey Abrams to win reelection, Kemp is looking to expand his influence in his second term, free from the caricature of the gun-toting, pickup-driving, migrant-catching country boy that emerged during his first campaign for governor. (AP Photo/Megan Varner, File)
Kemp done being underestimated, aims to steer GOP past Trump