Stacey Abrams Campaign Claims To Be In Debt After More Than $100 Million Raised

  • “We did not just lose, we got blown out,” Groh-Wargo told the news outlet. “It was the most sub-optimal situation to be in. And we will be dealing with that situation for some time.”
  • Although Groh-Wargo said a “cavalcade of negative press and negative polling” was a burden on fundraising in the final stretch, Abrams had outraised Kemp via her campaign and leadership committee, One Georgia, with a total of $105.3 million through October 25, according to finance reports cited by GPB.
  • Kemp, through his campaign and leadership committee, Georgians First, raised $81.5 million up to that point in time.
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