Barring unforeseen court orders, the Secretary of State in Georgia will certify the race for Governor later today or early tomorrow at the latest. Brian Kemp will officially be Governor-elect.
There are between 800 and 2500 absentee ballots that will be reviewed against by various counties today. Most of them have actually already been reviewed and either processed or rejected for failure to comply with identity and signature requirements. Stacey Abrams needs 17,594 more votes to get into a runoff. The votes are not there.
A federal judge has ordered Georgia to review its 27,000 rejected provisional ballots to see if any more of those could be counted, but that review is done now as well. A separate federal judge has already ordered that provisional ballots cannot be counted if they are cast in the wrong county or the voter failed to return within three days of the election to show identification.
Despite the claims from the Stacey Abrams campaign, the votes are not there. She will never be Governor of Georgia. The race is over. She will undoubtedly continue to file challenges and lawsuits to keep interest alive until the runoff for Secretary of State. That's what this is all about anyway.