At an event in Washington (642 miles away from Atlanta, GA) this week, Abrams told a gathered crowd: “I’ve told Chuck Schumer that I will make a decision and he will know what I am going to do as soon as possible.”
So Stacey’s first call to announce a Senate run won’t be to supporters in Georgia – it will be to… New York Democrat Chuck Schumer?
Meanwhile, Democrats in Georgia are growing “frustrated,” according to candidate Teresa Tomlinson – who has been forced into limbo waiting on Abrams to make a decision.
Abrams’ primary opponent in the 2018 gubernatorial race, Stacey Evans, said last week: “This is Georgia’s seat, this is not Stacey’s seat or anyone else’s.”
Abrams has gotten so full of herself, she sounds like Georgians should be grateful for the opportunity to cast their vote for her again, if she chooses to grace the state with the honor of her Senate candidacy.