Speculation continues to grow about former state House Minority Leader and 2018 Democratic gubernatorial nominee Stacy Abrams potentially challenging Sen. David Perdue (R) next year. Yesterday, Ms. Abrams again confirmed considering running for the Senate and said she will make a decision about whether to enter the race in late March.
David Perdue was first elected in 2014, defeating Democrat Michelle Nunn by a 53-45% margin. Ms. Abrams lost a very close Governor’s race to Republican Brian Kemp, a spread of just 54,723 votes of more than 3.94 million ballots cast.
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