Meet Stacey Abrams
Stacey Abrams and her five siblings grew up in Gulfport, Mississippi with three tenets: go to school, go to church, and take care of each other. Despite struggling to make ends meet for their family, her parents made service a way of life for their children – if someone was less fortunate, it was their job to serve that person. This ethic – and her parents’ unwavering commitment to providing educational opportunity for their children – led to her life of public service.
Stacey’s Vision for Georgia
Every Georgian deserves the freedom and opportunity to thrive, but too many are being left behind or left out. We have the ability to build a stronger, brighter Georgia. It is time for transformative leadership, powered by all of us.
Bold, Ambitious Children
A Georgia where every child believes the future should be limitless.
A Fair and Diverse Economy
A state where the economy works in every county, for every Georgian.
With their refusal to renew CHIP funding, Congress is abandoning its promise to Georgia’s children. Georgia Senators Johnny Isakson and David Perdue cannot d...December 14, 2017 on Facebook
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PROGRESSIVE ORGANIZATION DAILY KOS ENDORSES STACEY ABRAMS FOR GOVERNOR OF GEORGIA2 months ago
Today, Daily Kos, a large national progressive organization and pioneer for online organizing and advocacy, endorsed former House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams for Governor of Georgia.
5 Black Women In Politics To Watch3 months ago
Although women make up an estimated 51 percent of the U.S. population, they occupy less than 25 percent of elected offices at all levels of government in the United States.
Georgia 2018: Abrams proposes energy jobs plan3 months ago
Democrat Stacey Abrams would seek to train more advanced energy workers and create a Georgia “green bank” to offer incentives for environmentally-friendly construction if she’s elected governor.