Abrams Uses Campaign Cash to Prop Up Non-Profit Ahead of Potential Senate Bid
Failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacy Abrams shifted over $1 million from her campaign account to her non-profit organization, Fair Fight Action. The group will be running a 30-second TV ad during the Super Bowl in five Georgia TV media markets as well as digital ads in parts of the state.
Although Fair Fight Action’s mission is to advocate for election reform, Abrams is using the organization as a tool to support her political aspirations. She has been courted by Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for a potential senate run in 2020 and will be giving the Democratic response to the State of the Union address.