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Abrams addresses voter rights during H-ville stop
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Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, Stacey Abrams, campaigns before a crowd in Hinesville on Tuesday. - photo by Asha Gilbert

On a blistering Tuesday afternoon, a large crowd gathered at the Liberty Independent Troop Park Pavilion where gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams held an early vote rally.

“In 21 days we’re about to make history, “Abrams said. “We’re going to turn this state blue.”

 During the rally Abrams touched on many issues including her stances on education, healthcare, investing in small businesses and prison reform. 

“No one’s going to hire you when your last job was the kitchen prison,” Abrams said while speaking on the issues within the judicial system. 

 Abrams spoke briefly about the purging of votes and how constituents could lead her to victory in the midterm elections.

“I am going to be the governor in the state of redemption,” Abrams said.” I’m counting on you to show up and show out.”

In the crowd was Nelson Miranda, wearing a Make America Great Again hat in a sea of Abram supporters.

“The rally was local and I wanted to take advantage and see what she has to say,” Miranda said.

Abrams will be traveling all over the state in upcoming weeks on her early vote bus tour. 

Abrams addresses voter rights during H-ville stop

By: Lewis Levine

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