By Nichelle Smith in USA Today
Democrat Stacey Abrams may not have won the governor’s race in Georgia, but she remains a force to be reckoned with off the ballot.
In 2018, Abrams became the first black woman to receive a major party nomination for governor in any state. Her loss by about 55,000 votes to Republican Brian Kemp led to a lawsuit against the state alleging an unfair election, as Kemp oversaw the election in his former role as Georgia’s secretary of state.
Abrams moved on to found several organizations, among them Fair Fight and Fair Fight 2020, that aim to educate voters and urge them to go to the polls.
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