Stacey Abrams is going to need to get an honest job soon, or announce another campaign.
After failing to win the governor's mansion in Georgia, it has been reported that her campaign, after raising more than $100 million, is now $1 million in debt.
In addition to that debt, Fair Fight Action, a group founded by Abrams, has been ordered to pay more than $231,000 in legal fees for a lost case.
In addition to losing her election, Abrams has been dealt some serious losses in the courtroom over her claims of suppression.
In the Fair Fight Action v. Raffensperger case, the three remaining claims that the group had were all ruled against.
So, the group has been ordered to pay $192,628.85 for "printed or electronically recorded transcripts necessarily obtained for use in the case" as well as $38,674.86 for copies made for the case.
That comes out to a tidy $231,303.71.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger stated, "This is a win for taxpayers and voters who knew all along that Stacey Abrams voter suppression claims were false, it has never been easier to vote and harder to cheat in the state of Georgia.
"This is a start, but I think Stacey Abrams should pay back the millions of taxpayer dollars the state was forced to spend to disprove her false claims."
In the ruling against Fair Fight Action, Judge Steven Jones stated, "Although Georgia's election system is not perfect, the challenged practices violate neither the constitution nor the Voting Rights Act."
He added the "burden on voters is relatively low," and that Abrams' group did not provide "…evidence of a voter who was unable to vote, experienced longer wait times, was confused about voter registration status."
Abrams founded Fair Fight Action after her initial loss to Governor Kemp in 2018, and she has yet to be able to prove a single claim she has made about voter suppression.
Source: Fox News