She is currently in solved in a federal lawsuit challenging the Georgia voting system…
She has no chance in the 2020 Presidential nomination sweepstakes….
But she is keeping her name alive on the national level and that is all good….
Stacey Abrams said Monday that she is considering running for a Georgia Senate seat in 2020 or governor again in 2022 — and possibly even for president.
Abrams’ drew national attention in her bid to become the first black woman governor in the United States, and the progressive political action committee Democracy for America included her in a presidential poll it opened online last week.
But Abrams has largely circulated under the 2020 radar, even as another failed statewide candidate, Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke, draws intense interest from donors and Democratic activists.
Asked if she is considering a presidential campaign, Abrams said, “No … I haven’t thought about it.”
She stopped short of ruling out a campaign, however, saying, “I am open to all options, and it’s too soon after the election to know exactly what I’m going to do.”
Abrams’ more likely trajectory appears to be to challenge Republican Sen. David Perdue in two years or wait for a rematch with Brian Kemp, the Republican who defeated her in November, in four.
“I am thinking about both,” she told POLITICO of the Senate and gubernatorial races….