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Stacey Abrams said she'd be open to being a Democratic vice presidential running mate shortly after announcing she wouldn't run for president.
Former Georgia gubernational candidate Stacey Abrams defended Joe Biden amid allegations that the former Vice President inappropriately touched women.
According to a new INSIDER poll, the rising Democratic star's endorsement will have significant value should she not run for president herself.
An adviser to Stacey Abrams slammed Joe Biden’s reported interest in her for Vice President as ‘exploitative’ and ‘entitled...
One adviser to Abrams told Buzzfeed the idea was "exploitative" since Biden did not endorse Abrams in the Georgia Democratic gubernatorial primary.
Stacey Abrams pushes back on rumors about hopping on a 2020 ticket with Joe Biden: ‘I think you don’t run for second place’
"I do not know if I'm running," Abrams said of the 2020 race for the Democratic nomination for president. "I'm thinking about everything."
Howard Schultz won’t commit to a female vice presidential running mate. Here are the other male candidates who have.
Beto O'Rourke, Cory Booker, Bernie Sanders, and John Hickenlooper have all committed to a female running mate.
Stacey Abrams thinks Democrats need to totally change their playbook to beat Trump in 2020 — here’s how
Speaking in London, the Democrat said that embracing marginalised groups got her within 55,000 votes of winning the Governor election in Georgia.
The Oversight Committee is investigating claims of voter suppression, which former candidate Stacey Abrams repeated after losing her gubernatorial bid.
The ‘future’ of the Democratic Party, Stacey Abrams, made her national debut in the party’s response to Trump’s State of the U...
Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams delivered the Democratic Party's response to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address.
Bernie Sanders called Trump’s State of the Union address ‘racist’ and said he’s trying to ‘divide us up’
Sanders said Americans should not be proud of the economy when the US has "the highest rate of childhood poverty in the developed world."