After Joe Biden got elected to be the new president, the nation celebrated for days. Throughout the process, as the four key states were still counting votes, the nation waited. On November 6th, Georgia finally began to give us the proper numbers as Biden surpassed Trump, therefore moving towards presidency. Previously, Georgia was mostly red. However, former gubernatorial candidate and voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams turned it around. In the year of 2018, Abrams contested to be a governor but lost to then-Secretary of State Brian Kemp by 55,000 votes. People claimed that voter suppression played a role, so she turned into an activist for fair counting of votes in her state.
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