Stacey Abrams is back. The former failed Democrat candidate for Georgia Governor announced that she will be making a second run at the same office in the upcoming election.
As The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:
Abrams lost to Kemp by less than 1.4 percentage points in 2018, the closest Georgia gubernatorial election in decades, and her refusal to concede defeat because of what she called an “erosion” of voting rights made her an icon to many Democrats and a villain to conservatives.
Abrams will likely face current Governor Brian Kemp, a Republican and critic of former President Donald Trump, in the upcoming race.