Former Sen. David Perdue closed out his bid for the GOP's nomination for governor of Georgia by seizing on comments by Democrat Stacey Abrams over the weekend with a racist retort, accusing Abrams of “demeaning her own race.”. What he's saying: “She said that Georgia is the worst place...
CNN political contributor Van Jones reacts to controversial comments made by Georgia Republican gubernatorial candidate David Perdue about presumptive Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams.
David Perdue caps his campaign for Georgia governor with a racist remark against Stacey Abrams and a Trump tele-rally
Trump's tele-rally for Perdue comes as the candidate trails his rival Gov. Brian Kemp hours before the polls open in the Georgia primary.
The GOP candidate for Georgia governor said Abrams should “go back to where she came from," while campaigning ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
Stacey Abrams says Georgia ‘the worst state in the country to live,’ despite owning multiple houses there
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams declared Saturday that Georgia is "the worst state in the country to live," despite owning at least two houses there. "I’m running for governor because I know that we have to have a conversation about who we are in this state and what we want for each other and from each other," Abrams said during a speech at the Gwinnett Democrats' Bluetopia Gala in Norcross, according to audio posted by the Gwinnett Daily Post.
David Perdue, the former Republican senator from Georgia now vying to be the state's GOP gubernatorial candidate, accused Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams of "demeaning her own race." Abrams is a Black woman, and over the weekend, she pushed back at Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's (R) statement that Georgia is the...
David Perdue's closing argument to Georgians ahead of Tuesday's GOP primary: A vote for Brian Kemp is a vote for Stacey Abrams
Reelecting Gov. Brian Kemp is as offensive to MAGA as handing Democrat Stacey Abrams control of Georgia, Team Perdue says ahead of Tuesday's primary
Stacey Abrams comment about Georgia reveal talking points are coming from New York, California: Robert Patillo
Civil Rights attorney Robert Patillo reacted on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" to Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams' saying her state is "the worst" place to live. ROBERT PATILLO: This is what happens when you have a campaign where most of your fundraisers are coming out of California, most of your talking points and political strategists are coming out of New York and D.C. The same things that work in D.C. aren’t going to work in Georgia. You have to get out there and talk to people in the grassroots, talk to some of the political strategists and political consultants who are right here in the state. You have people like Dee Dawkins-Haigler who is running for Secretary of State who’s been to all 159 counties and talks to people on a daily basis. You have to dig down and make sure you are reflecting the views of the people of your state, not simply if people were putting money into the campaign.
Former Georgia state representative Stacey Abrams’ income during her second run for governor of Georgia isn’t the target it was when she ran for the job last time. Thanks to her side gigs as an author and a public speaker, Abrams has been pulling in millions. Article continues...
Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, joins Joy Reid on the state of Georgia politics on the eve of the Georgia Primary that could impact the outcome of the next presidential election. There are several major races many are keeping a close eye on, as Georgia was ground zero for the former president's scheme to steal the 2020 election.May 24, 2022.
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