How Stacey Abrams Could Become The First Black Woman To Serve As Governor

Written by Nikki Igbo of

Stacey Abrams didn’t just suddenly appear upon the political scene when she officially filed paperwork in early May to enter Georgia’s gubernatorial race. The 43-year-old go-getter is currently the minority leader in the Georgia House of Representatives and has served in that top democratic position since 2010. Abrams was initially elected to Georgia’s General Assembly in 2006 and has a habit of making history as she was the first woman to lead either party in the Assembly as well as the first African-American to lead the Georgia House.

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