1. The disgraceful legitimization of Stacey Abrams' election conspiracy theories  Washington Examiner
  2. Stacey Abrams won't join presidential fray, will focus on voter suppression instead: reports  Fox News
  3. Stacey Abrams Will Not Run for President in 2020, Focusing Instead on Fighting Voter Suppression  The New York Times
  4. Stacey Abrams unveils 2020 plans, which don't include presidential bid  POLITICO
  5. Are Democrats missing the most important fight of 2020?  The Washington Post
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Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will not run for president, according to media reports, and will instead shift her focus to combating voter suppression, an issue that took center stage amid her unsuccessful run last year. Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will not run for president, according to media reports, and will instead shift her focus to combating voter suppression, an issue that took center stage amid her unsuccessful run last year. 

Abrams has also teased a possible rematch against Kemp in 2022.Abrams has also teased a possible rematch against Kemp in 2022.

Stacey Abrams unveils 2020 plans, which don't include presidential bid - POLITICO

Ms. Abrams will concentrate on building a national movement for fair and equitable elections, including a voter protection hotline.Ms. Abrams will concentrate on building a national movement for fair and equitable elections, including a voter protection hotline.

“We can't solve any of the challenges we face—from health care to gun violence to climate change—without fixing our democracy. Thank you, @StaceyAbrams, for your leadership. https://t.co/1uF4nrjhMN”

Beto O'Rourke on Twitter: "We can't solve any of the challenges we face—from health care to gun violence to climate change—without fixing our democracy. Thank you, @StaceyAbrams, for your leadership. https://t.co/1uF4nrjhMN"

“Tune in tonight as I join @maddow on @msnbc to discuss the critical need to protect the vote around the country. #FairFight2020 #TRMS #Maddow”

Stacey Abrams on Twitter: "Tune in tonight as I join @maddow on @msnbc to discuss the critical need to protect the vote around the country. #FairFight2020 #TRMS #Maddow… https://t.co/v3mA5DlEAG"

“I want to thank @GP_IUPAT and @GoIUPAT for the opportunity to speak this afternoon at their 32nd General Convention. Together we will protect the vote in 2019, 2020 and beyond. #FairFight2020”

Stacey Abrams on Twitter: "I want to thank @GP_IUPAT and @GoIUPAT for the opportunity to speak this afternoon at their 32nd General Convention. Together we will protect the vote in 2019, 2020 and beyond. #FairFight2020… https://t.co/h7RY2cCxt4"

“This is what putting in the work looks like. This is what building real accountability & power means. 👊🏾 Thank you, Governor @staceyabrams. https://t.co/LPmlV8zJXr”

Andrew Gillum on Twitter: "This is what putting in the work looks like. This is what building real accountability & power means. 👊🏾 Thank you, Governor @staceyabrams. https://t.co/LPmlV8zJXr"

The former Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Georgia noted that a "solid field of candidates" already seeks her party's nod.The former Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Georgia noted that a "solid field of candidates" already seeks her party's nod.

Stacey Abrams Asks Herself This Question When Mulling A 2020 Presidential Bid | HuffPost Canada

Failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is the media’s favorite loser.Failed gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is the media’s favorite loser.

The disgraceful legitimization of Stacey Abrams’ election conspiracy theories

Democrat Stacey Abrams, who vaulted onto the national political stage championing voting rights during an unsuccessful 2018 run for Georgia governor, announced on Tuesday that she's launching a new... Politics News Summaries. | NewserShe's not running for president, but is launching a voter protection initiative

Stacey Abrams Makes Her 'Big Announcement'

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. You don't have to worry about remembering another name in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary field, The New York Times reports. Stacey Abrams is expected to announce on Tuesday that she will not throw her hat into the ring. Abrams ran unsuccessfully in Georgia's 2018 gubernatorial election, but she captured the nation's attention despite the loss, and had been tossing around the idea of challenging for a seat in the Oval Office publicly for months. But people familiar with Abrams told the Times that she ultimately decided against it. Instead, she'll reportedly work in battleground states to more closely monitor voter protection ahead of the 2020 general election. Lauren Groh-Wargo, one of Abrams' aides, said that for Abrams, "fighting voter suppression and making sure our nominees have what they need on the ground is what's most important." Stacey Abrams new voter protection effort will support state Democratic parties in 20 states "to develop voter protection infrastructure early, before a nominee is chosen," per a release. — Sam Levine (@srl) August 13, 2019 That focus is, in part, fueled by allegations that Abrams lost her 2018 race to Georgia's Republican Gov. Brian Kemp because of voter suppression and election rigging. Still, it might not be too long before Abrams is back on the campaign trail. The Times notes that she is likely to be a popular name for the vice presidency. Read more at The New York Times. Tim O'Donnell

Georgia's Stacey Abrams is reportedly shelving a presidential run to focus on voter suppression

ATLANTA (AP) — Democrat Stacey Abrams, who vaulted onto the national political stage championing voting rights during an unsuccessful 2018 run for Georgia governor, announced on Tuesday that she's launching a new multistate voter protection initiative and not running for president in 2020. Abrams revealed plans for the multimillion-dollar initiative, called Fair Fight 2020, during a speech before a labor union convention in Las Vegas.ATLANTA (AP) — Democrat Stacey Abrams, who vaulted onto the national political stage championing voting rights during an unsuccessful 2018 run for Georgia governor, announced on Tuesday that she's launching a new multistate voter protection initiative and not running for president in 2020. Abrams revealed plans for the multimillion-dollar initiative, called Fair Fight 2020, during a speech before a labor union convention in Las Vegas.

Georgia's Abrams announces new voter protection program | WGXA

Stacey Abrams is launching a "voter protection" program that would provide Democrats with fodder to win in 2020 presidential elections.Stacey Abrams is launching a "voter protection" program that would provide Democrats with fodder to win in 2020 presidential elections.

Stacey Abrams to Start 'Voter Protection' Program in Key 2020 Election States | Breitbart

Former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will expand the voting rights organization she founded ahead of the 2020 elections into several battleground states,Former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will expand the voting rights organization she founded ahead of the 2020 elections into several battleground states,

Stacey Abrams to launch program combatting voter suppression in battleground states | TheHill

Former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will expand the voting rights organization she founded ahead of the 2020 elections into several battleground states,Former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams will expand the voting rights organization she founded ahead of the 2020 elections into several battleground states,

Stacey Abrams to launch program combatting voter suppression in battleground states | TheHill

Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Georgia, will not run for president in 2020, instead focusing her efforts on combating voter suppression, according to a person familiar with her plans.Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Georgia, will not run for president in 2020, instead focusing her efforts on combating voter suppression, according to a person familiar

Stacey Abrams to forgo 2020 presidential bid, will focus on voting rights | TheHill

Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Georgia, will not run for president in 2020, instead focusing her efforts on combating voter suppression, according to a person familiar with her plans.Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Georgia, will not run for president in 2020, instead focusing her efforts on combating voter suppression, according to a person familiar

Stacey Abrams to forgo 2020 presidential bid, will focus on voting rights | TheHill