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Stacey Abrams, the Georgia politician who captured national attention during her unsuccessful run for governor in 2018, has decided not to run for president after publicly contemplating a bid for months, according to people familiar with her thinking.
Ms. Abrams, a Democrat, will instead put her efforts into preventing voter suppression, including working with state parties in battleground states to more closely monitor voter protection ahead of next year’s general election.
The article goes on to state the following:
The move comes after civil rights groups raised questions about voter suppression and election rigging in Ms. Abrams’ 2018 race against Brian Kemp, a Republican who was Georgia’s secretary of state.
According to political commentator Edward Hardy, “Stacey Abrams is set to announce an expansion of her voting rights group with plans to help train staffers in 20 states this year who will seek to combat voter suppression in the 2020 elections.”
Stacey Abrams is launching a new anti-voter suppression effort in key swing states ahead of the 2020 election https://t.co/5HqQZDTn1V
— Newsweek (@Newsweek) August 13, 2019
Stacey Abrams is set to announce an expansion of her voting rights group with plans to help train staffers in 20 states this year who will seek to combat voter suppression in the 2020 elections
— Edward Hardy (@EdwardTHardy) August 13, 2019
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