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In a last-minute push in Georgia's close gubernatorial race, Winfrey will head down south to knock on doors and hold town halls for Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams, who would be the first black woman governor in US history, if elected.

She is in a neck-and-neck battle with Secretary of State Brian Kemp in a race in which early voting has been marred by allegations of voter suppression that primarily affects blacks.

Winfrey isn't the only celebrity knocking on doors in support of Abrams. "That's I why I believe in a background check". "I believe that those who commit domestic violence and stalking should not have access to weapons".

She added, "However, I know that the most responsible gun owners understand that they have the responsibility for the firearms, and making sure that only responsible people have those firearms".

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"I do not believe that weapons of mass destruction like the AR-15 belong in civilian hands", she said.

"Do you like Everytown's support for banning the AR-15?" She also is a proponent of banning AR-15s, though she won't say whether or not she's on board with confiscating the rifles, according to the Washington Free Beacon. "Would you be rounding them up from civilians in Georgia?"

Abrams, who is looking to take over the seat now held by GOP Governor Nathan Deal, has come under fire recently for comments that opponents say disparaged agriculture and hospitality workers, which are big businesses in the state she wants to run. "I support the Second Amendment".

Abrams said she is not "anti-gun", then listed numerous gun controls, including an all-out ban on commonly owned semiautomatic firearms. Kemp is leading Abrams among likely voters 46 percent to 45 percent, in the poll.