Stacey Abrams, Brian Kemp, David Perdue, Voter Suppression, Running Mate, Democrats

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Stacey Abrams says she's open to being any 2020 Democratic nominee's vice presidential running mate

Stacey Abrams says she's open to being any 2020 Democratic nominee's vice presidential running mate

14.8.2019

Stacey Abrams says she's open to being any 2020 Democratic nominee's vice presidential running mate

Stacey Abrams said she'd be open to being a Democratic vice presidential running mate shortly after announcing she wouldn't run for president.

Christopher Aluka Berry/Reuters Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams told The New York Times that she'd be"honored" to be a vice presidential running mate to any Democratic presidential nominee. "I would be honored to be considered by any nominee," she said. This comes after the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate announced this week that she wouldn't launch a bid for president. She said she doesn't expect to endorse any candidate in the primary field. "I've just come to the decision that my best value add, the strongest contribution I can give to this primary, would be to make sure our nominee is coming into an environment where there's strong voter protections in place," she told the Times. Abrams narrowly lost her race against Republican Brian Kemp amid allegations of widespread voter suppression. She has since founded a nonpartisan voting rights group called Fair Fight Action. Her high-profile bid for governor launched her onto the national political stage. In February, she delivered the Democratic Party's rebuttal to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address. After declining Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's request that she run for Senate in Georgia, media reports emerged that former Vice President Joe Biden was considering asking Abrams to join his presidential ticket before he entered the race. Abrams denied the reports, and during an interview on"The View," she quipped,"I think you don't run for second place." Story continuesShe told The Times that she declined to challenge Republican Sen. David Perdue in Georgia because the other Democrats in the race are"the right people for that job." Read more: The 'future' of the Democratic Party, Stacey Abrams, made her national debut in the party's response to Trump's State of the Union "I appreciate the importance of that role," she said."But I am not so arrogant as to believe I'm the only one who can win [the Senate race]." She insisted her top priority is fighting voter suppression in Georgia and in other battleground states across the country leading up to the 2020 election. "As I think about my next step, my first responsibility is to ensure that when the primary is done — when the nominee decides to choose their running mate — that they are choosing based on knowing that we are in a country where we have built the infrastructure in those battleground states," Abrams said. The first black woman nominated to be governor of any state, Abrams refused to deliver a traditional concession speech when she withdrew from her race 10 days after last year's election. She hasn't backed off of her charge that Kemp and Georgia Republicans successfully suppressed the vote, particularly of black Americans, by closing polling places, purging voters, and slowing over 50,000 voter applications. "What I regret every day is that we could not stop [Brian Kemp] from bastardizing this whole process, from denying the franchise to those who had earned it by being Americans and tried to use right to vote to set the course of their futures," she told the Times this week."And I will always be deeply, deeply hurt that we live in a nation that permitted that to happen." Kemp, who oversaw elections as Georgia's secretary of state between 2010 and 2018, denied engaging in intentional voter suppression throughout the course of the campaign. He vigorously defended Georgia's"exact match" system of voter verification. And Republicans have criticized Democratic members of the US House for opening a congressional investigation into the allegations of voter suppression earlier this year. NOW WATCH: Why the US border facilities are 'concentration camps,' according to historians Read more: Yahoo News

I'd imagine millions are open to the very same thing. ME TOO. if any of them need a stand in i am all for it.

Stacey Abrams Says She’s Open to Being Vice President for Any Democratic NomineeMs. Abrams, who announced this week that she would not run for president, told The Times she would be ‘honored to be considered.’ Who cares How can she be VPOTUS when she's currently the governor of Virginia? And if Vice President doesn't work then maybe a seat in the House might work. If that fails then maybe she could get a job parking cars.

Stacey Abrams unveils 2020 plans, which don't include presidential bidAbrams has also teased a possible rematch against Kemp in 2022. Get the story; print it then leave. One day a writer will get the facts about her but in the interim: Vogue!

Stacey Abrams unveils 2020 plans, which don't include presidential bid Stacey Abrams unveils 2020 plans — which don't include a presidential bid No duh Instead, we will have to listen to her whine about losing in 2018 for another few years. This prove’s she’s smarter than 2/3rds of the people running for POTUS.

Stacey Abrams Will Not Run for President in 2020, Focusing Instead on Fighting Voter Suppression Stacey Abrams , the Georgia politician who captured national attention during her unsuccessful run for governor in 2018, has decided not to run for president after publicly contemplating a bid for months, according to people familiar with her thinking. That's a relief. She would never accept her loss as a presidential candidate either How can a current GA Governor run for President anyway? Doing 2 jobs at once isn’t possible

Stacey Abrams launches voter protection initiative; rules out run for presidentGeorgia Democrat Stacey Abrams announced a new multi-million dollar initiative on Tuesday that's aimed at beefing up voter protection operations in 20 battleground states throughout the 2020 election cycle. One thing is certain, Leftists know how to win at all costs. Republicans, take note. Just don't ask for I.D.s! The number of bots on this thread here demonstrate that she’s got the GOP scared.

Stacey Abrams says she would be open to VP consideration 'by any nominee' Stacey Abrams has been the subject of speculation that she might be an appealing running mate for the 2020 Democratic nominee She needs to run against David Perdue in 2020, she stands a better chance than any other candidate of taking the Trump toadie down. Appealing? How? Come on Dems pick a GD candidate and running mate who actually has some experience and some pragmatic solutions for the US and its citizens. The election is there for the taking. Don't screw it up with picking based some bs notoriety. Accomplishment and ideas! She would be welcome.



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