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December 21, 2022

Abrams Reportedly $1 Million in Campaign Debt After Georgia Run

Stacey Abrams is reportedly $1 million in debt after raising $100 million in a run as Georgia's governor in a blowout loss.

Despite the strong fundraising effort, many of her staff were given a layoff notice just a week after the November election.

"People have told me they have no idea how they're going to pay their rent in January," one former staffer told Axios. "It was more than unfortunate. It was messed up."

"We did not just lose, we got blown out," she said. "It was the most sub-optimal situation to be in. And we will be dealing with that situation for some time."

"In October, the Abrams-founded Fair Fight PAC launched an internal investigation after Fox News reported that friends and families of its political director had been given cushy jobs with little to no relevant experience," the New York Post reported.

"Days later, Politico reported that the Atlanta law firm employing Abrams' campaign chief, Allegra Lawrence-Hardy, was paid more than $9 million to fight a legal case claiming voter suppression in the 2018 governor's race, raising allegations of a conflict of interest," it added.

"Aside from Raphael Warnock's runoff victory earlier this month, Democrats lost all other statewide elections," 11 Alive TV reported.

"Public and private polling from both parties never showed Abrams leading the gubernatorial race, the New York Times reports," it added.

The latest reports show that the plan for Abrams to win the role of governor in Georgia was never developed and was largely based on hype.

Abrams continues to say she is not done running for public office, but for now, she'll face both major debt and concerns about whether she has what it takes to get elected in her home state as voters have clearly made their choice despite her large haul of cash from out of state help.

Source: New York Post

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