Stacey Abrams Open to Being Vice President for “Any” Democratic Nominee

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Stacey Abrams speaks at TEDWomen 2018: Showing Up, November 28-30, 2018, Palm Springs, California. Photo: Marla Aufmuth / TED

Democratic politician Stacey Abrams is not running for president, but is not opposed to being the running mate for the nominee.

The Georgia Democrat, 45, revealed she will focus on identifying and preventing voter suppression efforts around the US. She hopes to enfranchise voters in 20 states through an initiative called Fair Fight 2020, NPR reported. 

“There are only two things stopping us in 2020: making sure people have a reason to vote and that they have the right to vote,” Abrams said on August 13 as she announced the initiative at the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades convention in Las Vegas, Nevada. “I’ve decided to leave it to a whole bunch of other people to make sure they have a reason to vote.” 

Abrams gained national attention after…

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