Suppressing the vote of the dead is probably a good idea if you want a free and fair election.
Ahead of the November 6 vote, in which Kemp will face off against Democrat Stacey Abrams, the system "remains secure" and should allow the vote to proceed as planned as "no personal data was breached." .
An Abrams win would be historic - she would become the first African American female governor in American history.
"It's no surprise that militant Black Panthers are armed and patrolling the streets of Georgia for Stacey Abrams", Ryan Mahoney, communications director for Kemp for Governor, said in a statement to CBS 46.
David Cross, however, an attorney who has been involved in cybersecurity-related litigation against the Georgia Secretary of State's office, said he was also alerted to the potential vulnerabilities by the same individual who contacted the Georgia Democratic Party.
Kemp, the pro-Trump Republican candidate in Georgia's governor's race, who also oversees the state's elections, made the accusation on Sunday, a move that analysts said highlighted the inherent conflict between his twin roles.
In a statement on Sunday, Kemp's office said they had officially requested the FBI to investigate the matter.
"While we cannot comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation, I can confirm that the Democratic Party of Georgia is under investigation for possible cyber crimes", said Candice Broce, the office's press secretary.
That didn't stop Kemp's office from posting a notice on Georgia's Secretary of State website, which voters visit to check their registration status or find their polling place. He unveiled his latest gambit Sunday, when he announced an investigation of the Democratic Party of Georgia for a "failed attempt to hack the state's voter registration system".
One of the nation's most closely watched governor's races is shrouded in uncertainty with potential outcomes ranging from the election of America's first black woman governor to another four weeks of bitter, race-laden campaigning.
The DHS inspector general in June 2017 said Kemp's complaint was without merit. Brian Kemp is desperate to save his failing campaign, and it's likely we'll see even more of his abuses of power as the election nears, but Georgians will keep working hard, knocking on doors, making phone calls, and voting to make sure he doesn't get a promotion.
"Thank you very much, Georgia", he opened.
President Donald Trump has rallied in the state on behalf of Kemp, while former President Barack Obama and Oprah Winfrey have made appearances on behalf of Abrams. And on Saturday, a federal judge ruled that Georgia must relax voting restrictions that could prevent more than 3,000 people from casting ballots in Tuesday's poll. Over 53,000 voter registrations are still pending because, according to Kemp's office, the applications do not match other government records.