All eyes in Georgia are on a tight governor’s race as Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp face off.

If elected, Abrams would be the nation’s first black, female governor.

Abrams’ campaign has brought in a handful of high profile celebrities including Will Ferrell and Oprah Winfrey to campaign for her in the week leading up to Election Day.

She’s also gained support from several high profile political figures, including former President Barack Obama.

Her campaign came under fire just two days before the election when her opponent, current Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who oversees elections, launched an investigation into Georgia’s Democratic Party for an attempted hack of the voter registration system. Abrams called the claims “a witch hunt.”

The tight race between Abrams and Kemp could go to a run-off if one of them does not get more than 50 percent or more of the votes.

Channel 3’s Caitlyn Chastain is in Atlanta tonight at an Abrams watch party to bring you full coverage from Georgia.