Abrams’ campaign manager rules out 2024 run if she wins governor’s race

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In her first big interview since the official announcement, Stacey Abrams’ campaign manager Lauren Groh-Wargo brushed off speculation that the Georgia Democrat would scuttle a theoretical gubernatorial run for president in 2024.

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why it matters: Abrams name have come frequently President Joe Biden’s age as a top 2024 Democratic contender and Vice President Kamala Harris’s low favorability ratings.

what is she saying: Groh-Wargo, who also ran the Abrams 2018 campaign, told Nerdshala, “Part of his being strategic is [Stacey] She knows what she wants to do, and she does it, and she gets it done. I can’t stop the speculations, but I can tell you clearly that she wants to be the governor and will complete her term.”

  • Groh-Wargo has served as CEO since 2018. fair fight action, a national organization focused on voting access and policy advocacy, founded by Abrams after his last race.

Catch up soon: More than three years after she lost Georgia’s governorship to Brian Kemp in 2018, Abrams announced last week that she was running for a second time.

  • Since her last bid, Abrams has been touted as a potential presidential, vice president, and Senate candidate.

go in: Stacey Abrams Launches Second Campaign for Georgia Governor

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