Stacey Abrams and her supporters have filed multiple lawsuits in Georgia hoping to delay the final certification of the governor's race.
Despite finding provisional and absentee ballots, Governor-elect Brian Kemp still leads Abrams by 55,000 votes.
Two Obama-appointed federal judges ruled in favor of Abrams on Tuesday, delaying the certification of the midterm elections until Friday and ordering officials to accept rejected provisional ballots.
The Democrats -- including Hillary Clinton and far-left groups -- are accusing Kemp and Georgia Republicans of stealing the governor's race from Abrams.
"I think that Stacey Abrams' election is being stolen from her, using what I think are insidious measures to disenfranchise certain groups of people," said Cory Booker late Tuesday.
Judge Amy Totenberg -- who was appointed by former President Obama -- ordered election officials to accept rejected provisional and absentee ballots that contain errors such as misspelled names and incorrect addresses.
Totenberg reportedly donated thousands of dollars to Democratic campaigns during the midterms.
But even with the federal judges in her corner, Abrams' supporters believe she's being unfairly cheated.
Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown said, "If Stacey Abrams doesn't win in Georgia, they stole it. It's clear. I say that publicly. It's clear."