“When Stacey Abrams acknowledged defeat to Republican Brian Kemp in her 2018 campaign for governor of Georgia, she refused to call it a “concession.”
“Four years later, the man she once described as an “architect of voter suppression” is the incumbent — and the state she came so close to leading has enacted some of the nation’s most restrictive voting laws.
“Abrams is running unopposed in Tuesday’s Democratic gubernatorial primary, which means her general election campaign really began in December 2021, when she announced plans to run against Kemp, who’s facing a Donald Trump-backed primary threat. But Abrams’ status has changed since her name was last on the ballot.”
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