Stacey Abrams enters 2022 Georgia Gubernatorial Race

Well, we are about to find out exactly where Georgia now stands in the 2022 election.

Not only is Senator Warnock (D-GA) up for re-election, but an old face has shown up to take another shot at the title.

Once-defeated Stacey Abrams has announced that she will be running again for office in 2022 against Governor Kemp.

Here We Go Again

Abrams has never actually conceded the 2018 race.

She said she would live with the outcome, but she has been taking much the same stance that Trump took regarding 2020 since she lost.

The only difference is that Democrats agree with her that she was robbed.

Abrams lost her election by about 55,000 votes, but it could be much different this time around.

During the last election cycle, Georgia went completely blue.

Since then, however, a lot has happened and Georgia is now starting to lean back red.

Even Trump is winning polls in the state right now, albeit by only about three percent.

Since her last run, Abrams has proven to be a hypocrite and extremist, something that Georgians seem ready to push back on now.

So, we now have a key Senate and gubernatorial race that will give us all a much better idea as to how 2024 will turn out.

While I am not necessarily a fan of Kemp, I do not expect him to face serious opposition in the primary.

If Kemp can defeat Abrams and Herschel Walker takes Warnock’s seat, it will be an ominous sign for Democrats in the 2024 election.

We can expect all the big guns to descend on Georgia now, just as they did in Virginia, hopefully with the same outcome.

If Abrams gets crushed this time around and Walker wins, perhaps it will put Abrams on the shelf for good.

Source: Fox News

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