Democrat activist and former candidate for governor of Georgia is running again in 2022 for the same office.
Abrams has been expected for months to launch a second bid for governor. No other Democrat has entered the Georgia gubernatorial race and with Abrams’s announcement on Wednesday, it’s unlikely that any other candidate will seek the party’s nomination, reported The Hill.
On the Republican side, Brian Kemp will run for re-election but has zero chance of winning due to his enablement of the 2020 election fraud in the Peach State.
In oppition to Kemp, Dr. Kandiss Taylor and former Democrat Vernon Jones are in the race. There are strong rumors that David Perdue, former candidate for U.S. Senate in 2020, will join the contest with President Trump’s endorsement and will be the likely favorite.