[Ed. – That means she’ll have to give up her imaginary job as governor of Georgia.]
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams said she would be open to being the running mate for whoever captures the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
Following a speech Tuesday in which she announced she would not run for president and would focus instead on voting rights projects, Abrams told the New York Times she “would be honored to be considered by any nominee” as his or her running mate.
“But my responsibility is to focus on the primary,” she said. “And that means using the primary as an opportunity to build the apparatus to fight voter suppression. Because in the end, no matter where I fit, no matter which ones of our nominees win, if we haven’t fought this scourge, if we haven’t pushed back against Moscow Mitch and his determination to block any legislation that would cure our voting machines, then we are all in a world of trouble.”