The battle over ballots in the Georgia governor's race heads into another week.
The contest between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp has narrowed slightly - but not enough to force a recount or runoff. At least not yet.
Here are the big developments from over the weekend.
BRIAN KEMP’S LEAD DROPS
The latest numbers show Kemp's lead has dropped slightly from 50.33 percent on Friday morning to 50.28 Monday. He needs 50 percent plus one vote - to avoid a runoff.
STACEY ABRAMS FILES FEDERAL LAWSUIT
Abrams filed a federal lawsuit Sunday to force the counting of more provisional ballots - and push back the state's certification of election results until at least Wednesday.
BRIAN KEMP CALLS ABRAMS FIGHT A DISGRACE
The suit names DeKalb County, Gwinnett County and Kemp, who, up until recently, was the Secretary of State in charge of overseeing the election. He stepped down Nov. 8 during an appearance with Gov. Nathan Deal, in which he named his transition team.
Kemp's campaign is calling Abram's refusal to concede a disgrace to democracy. His campaign declared again that it's mathematically impossible for him to drop below 50 percent.
In a message posted to his campaign social media page, Brian Kemp further reiterated that, based on the current numbers, it is "mathematically impossible" for Abrams to force a runoff or win.
VOTE COUNT CONTINUES
In Cobb County, election officials plan to wrap up their review of provisional and overseas absentee ballots by noon today - after working through the weekend.