- Stacey Abrams’ nonprofit founded in 2013 to boost Democrat voter registration, is in turmoil just days ahead of the midterm election.
- Since late June, the New Georgia Project has dismissed its top finance, legal, and operation officials.
- In 2020, New Georgia Project raised $25 million, but last month some of the group’s senior executives were laid off because there wasn’t enough money to pay them.
- Abrams no longer is affiliated with the group, but is the Democrats’ gubernatorial candidate.
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