A set of efforts that registered 800,000 new voters since 2018 may have been the key to Georgia turning blue in a presidential election for the first time since 1992.
Donald Trump has been voted out of office but the issues at the heart of Black Lives Matter remain as critical as ever.
In 26 attempts, no African American has ever defeated an incumbent U.S. senator or governor.
The South is changing, with more Asian and Latino immigrants moving in and diversifying a region that was once black and white. Stacey Abrams knows that Democrats can win these rural voters.
Not all victories in the 2018 midterms were electoral.
Abrams just made history by securing the nomination for governor of Georgia. Can she win in November?