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Stacey Abrams Tag

Failed Democratic Georgia governor nominee Stacey Abrams still yearns for the spotlight she grabbed last year. Instead of glossing over her goals, Abrams admitted that she wants the Democratic nominee to pick her as the vice president. She also ranted against the Electoral College and America's supposed racist system.

Stacey Abrams, who has not yet admitted she lost the Georgia governor's race fair and square, has tried to remain relevant with the mainstream media more than happy to help. Abrams sat down with The New York Times to discuss her decision not to jump into the 2020 presidential race, but would not mind running as a vice presidential candidate for any of the Democratic candidates.

Axios reported this morning that former Vice President Joe Biden's closest advisors said that he may consider Stacey Abrams, the woman who lost the Georgia governor race, as his vice president. From Axios:
Why it matters: The popular Georgia Democrat, who at age 45 is 31 years younger than Biden, would bring diversity and excitement to the ticket — showing voters, in the words of a close source, that Biden "isn't just another old white guy."