Stacey Abrams made history. But is deeply conservative Georgia ready to elect a black woman governor?
Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Stacey Abrams made history Tuesday night, becoming the first black woman to win the gubernatorial nomination of a major political party.
Having easily defeated her Democratic competitor in the Georgia primary, the 44-year-old former state House minority leader will face the yet-to-be-determined...
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With her win, Stacey Abrams is now the first black woman in the country to be a major party nominee for governor. ▶ Abrams Makes History In Ga. Democratic Primary for Governor 00:50
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