Monday, January 14, 2019

WATCH: Abrams is Back and Says She’s Not Against Non-Citizens Voting!

Media darling Stacy Abrams is already back in the public eye after losing the high profile gubernatorial race in Georgia.

She is also already making waves with new controversial comments.

Her most recent?

That she is not opposed to non-citizens voting in local elections.

Non-Citizens voting is currently against the law and Republicans have for years pushed voter I.D. laws to prevent this type of voter fraud.


According to reports, Abrams is looking to run for public office again, and one possibility is to challenge for a Senate seat in 2020.

From TheHill

Stacey Abrams, the former Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Georgia, met with top Senate Democrats this week to discuss a possible challenge to Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) in 2020.

Abrams met separately with Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) and Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.), the chair of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, in Washington on Thursday, according to two Democratic aides.

Abrams narrowly lost her bid for the Georgia governor’s mansion to Republican Brian Kemp in November after a drawn out vote count that spurred multiple lawsuits and accusations of intentional voter suppression.

She ended her campaign more than a week after Election Day, saying that there was “no legal path forward” in her race against Kemp.

Since then, speculation has swirled that Abrams could mount a Senate bid or even a run for the White House in 2020.

She said in an interview with public radio station WABE in Atlanta on Monday that she would announce a decision on her political future by the end of March, floating the possibility of a Senate campaign or another run for the governor’s mansion in 2022.

“I need to make decisions not based on animus or bitterness or sadness, but really based in a pragmatism that says, ‘This is the right thing to do,’ ” Abrams said. “And I’m going to use that calculus and I intend to make a decision about the job I’m going to run for next by the end of March.”

If she enters the 2020 Senate race in Georgia, Abrams would likely have an advantage over other Democrats weighing a run. She has almost universal name recognition in her state, as well as a sweeping national profile.

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