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Former Georgia gubernative candidate Stacey Abrams will not run for President, according to media reports, and instead focus on fighting voter suppression, a topic that took center stage during her unsuccessful run last year.
On Tuesday, Abrams announced their new initiative called Fair fight in 2020, the International Union of painters and Allied Trades Convention in Las Vegas. The name is an offshoot of the group they started after their loss.
A close aide familiar with the decision told The New York Times that Abrams is running the focus on the new program, instead of for office. News of Fox News to Abrams were not answered immediately.
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The group will be to monitor the work in 20 competitive States, and invest $5 million in voter protection before the 2020 General election. It is the work for the correction is rolled out inaccurate voters, a shortage of voting machines and provisional ballots, and much more.
“We are going to win. We will win, because there are only two things, because we are in the year 2020: people will have a reason to vote, and to choose that, you have the right,” Abrams said.
As a Democrat, Abrams Federal gained wide attention during her failed run against Republican Brian Kemp, losing by only two percentage points. Kemp, who was Georgia’s foreign Minister, has been accused of having close by Abrams, and civil rights groups, polling sites in predominantly African-American communities and put around 50,000 voters-hold applications.
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Abrams, a former leader in the Georgia house of representatives, has repeatedly blamed the voters suppression for their defeat.
It arose from the experience that something of a political rock star, with Democratic presidential candidates covet its endorsement. It was floated as a possible running mate for the eventual democratic candidate.
The possibility of a White house run in recent months, during appearances on television and at events where she faced questions about her political future had to maintain.
At one point she shot down rumors that she is considering, in the case of the former Vice-President Joe Biden 2020 bid, as his running mate.
“I don’t believe you for second place, and I’m not going to give you a presidential said race as the primary candidate for Vice-President,” she said.
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On Tuesday, the Abrams did not specify whether they would seek public office again, The hill reported.
“My mission is to make sure to go through that no one, in the year 2020, what I had to do by the year 2018,” she said.