Georgia Democrat says she’s being ostracized by Abrams’ allies
September 28, 2022
Also in today’s edition of Swing State Georgia:
Youngkin stumps for Kemp.
Warnock looks for EV law changes.
Herschel says he would support McConnell.
A Democratic rift over the party’s nominee for state schools superintendent has blown wide open in the closing weeks of the midterm election.
Former state Rep. Alisha Thomas Searcy took to Facebook this week to vent that she’s been “ostracized and excluded” by her fellow Democrats, including by powerful groups aligned with Stacey Abrams that have yet to endorse her campaign against incumbent Republican Richard Woods.
“To my Democratic friends in leadership (because rank and file Dems don’t operate this way), we are supposed to be the party of the big tent, the party to embrace diversity, and the party that stands up for those who are left out,” she wrote.
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