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PRESS RELEASE: STACEY ABRAMS: IT’S MY “RESPONSIBILITY” TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT

ATLANTA – Yesterday, in an interview with CBS News, Stacey Abrams went on the record to express her ambition to succeed Joe Biden as President of the United States. Despite losing her gubernatorial race to Governor Brian Kemp by over 50,000 votes in 2018 and refusing to concede the election, Abrams continues to seek new avenues through which to enact her radical agenda – this week claiming a “responsibility” to run for President.

“Stacey Abrams has never tried to hide her radical agenda and far-Left beliefs – but now, her power-hungry political ambitions are on full display too. That’s why now, more than ever, Stop Stacey is working around the clock to raise resources, mobilize conservatives, and expose Stacey Abrams and her shady, dark money political networks,” said Stop Stacey Senior Strategist Jeremy Brand. “By bringing Georgians together, we can stop Stacey’s quest for absolute power – and put an end to her political takeover attempts for the good of every Georgian and every American.”

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GEORGIA VOTERS SOUNDLY REJECT STACEY ABRAMS, CANCEL CULTURE IN NEW POLL

ATLANTA – In a new poll released today by the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Stacey Abrams earned a whopping 45% disapproval rating by voters following her months-long, completely fabricated smear campaign against Georgia’s new election law. According to the poll, Georgians strongly disapprove of her efforts to weaponize cancel culture – with a full 60% of voters opposing the political acquiescence of major corporations like Delta, Coca Cola, and Major League Baseball. In particular, a strong majority of voters continue to disapprove of the MLB’s decision to relocate the All-Star game from Atlanta – a move that will cost taxpayers at least $100 million in revenue. 


“The radical left loves Stacey Abrams, pouring millions into her shady network of political organizations, snatching up her smutty romance novels, and hanging by her every word. Meanwhile, hardworking Georgians are soundly rejecting her radical agenda and the job-killing cancel culture she fuels,” said Stop Stacey Senior Strategist Jeremy Brand. “Stacey may claim to be a voice for the people, but Georgians have spoken loud and clear: Stacey Abrams’ brand of far-Left politics and deceitful tactics and schemes are not welcome in the Peach State.”

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PRESS RELEASE: STOP STACEY RENEWS CALLS FOR PROSECUTION IN CASE AGAINST NEW GEORGIA PROJECT

ATLANTA – Today, Stop Stacey, Inc. urged Attorney General Chris Carr to take prosecutorial action in the ongoing case against The New Georgia Project. The organization, founded by Stacey Abrams and led by longtime CEO Raphael Warnock, has been under investigation for allegedly interfering with over 1,200 voter registration applications. In February, after overwhelming evidence came to light, the State Election Board referred the case to the Attorney General’s office for prosecution – though charges have yet to be formally filed.


“For years, Stacey Abrams’ Soros funded voter registration group has spawned controversy – and complaints – by skirting Georgia’s election code. But no matter how untouchable Stacey believes herself to be, she should remember: even dark money darlings of the Left are not above the law,” said Stop Stacey Senior Strategist Jeremy Brand. “We urge Attorney General Chris Carr and his team to continue the investigation into the New Georgia Projects’ potentially criminal tactics and restore trust and transparency in our electoral process by finally holding Stacey Abrams accountable.”


New Georgia Project has been riddled with controversies and scandals since its inception. The group is still under active investigation for attempting to register out-of-state voters in the 2020 elections. In 2018, it was hit with numerous tax liens for failing to pay unemployment taxes, and last year, it took $482,000 in PPP loans meant for small businesses—more than 4 times the average amount. 

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