Abrams bounced back from her 2018 loss in the bid for Georgia governor to launch three nonprofit initiatives and register 800,000 voters in the 2020 presidential election.
In November 2018, Stacey Abrams lost her bid for Georgia governor despite winning more votes than any other Democrat in the state's history.
At 2 a.m. following election night, Abrams came to the podium with the composure and eloquence of a natural orator.
Her opponent, Republican Brian Kemp, had attempted to prevent tens of thousands of voters from casting their ballots.
"In Georgia, civil rights has always been an act of will and a battle for our souls.".
This year, she was able to energize voters in support of another long-held dream: turning Georgia blue in the presidential election.
Many of the new voters were young people and people of color, who are often most vulnerable to voter suppression. »