Stacey Abrams VP Odds For 2020

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One of the most trending candidates on the odds boards to win the DNC VP nomination (or, at the very least, to be the running mate for one of the remaining Democratic Presidential candidates) is Stacey Abrams. A former state congresswoman from Georgia and failed 2018 GA gubernatorial candidate, Abrams has capitalized on her sudden national fame after refusing to concede losing the high-profile governorship election.

With accusations of racism, voter suppression, and misogyny coloring her political leanings, Abrams plays the part of victim extremely well and could help galvanize an otherwise idle voter base for whichever candidate selects her. Her progressive Democrat views and past endorsements from Bernie Sanders make her the front-runner to be his running mate, albeit she’s high on the boards for Biden, too.

You can bet on Vice President odds and Stacey Abrams odds at any offshore sportsbook that accepts political wagers.

Who Is Stacey Abrams?

Democrat IconStacey Abrams is a career Democratic politician from the state of Georgia who served for over a decade in the statehouse before running for governor and losing in 2018. However, she is perhaps the highest-profile non-politician in the industry today, and she seems to be a popular choice on the VP odds boards at every election betting site.

Voter Base

  • Voter Base IconProgressive Democrats
  • Women Voters
  • Black Voters
  • LGBTQ+ Voters

Odds IconOdds For Stacey Abrams To Be Vice President Nominee

  • Kamala Harris TBA
  • Susan Rice TBA
  • Karen Bass TBA
  • Tammy Duckworth TBA
  • Val Demings TBA
  • Elizabeth Warren TBA
  • Michelle Obama TBA
  • Keisha Lance Bottoms TBA
  • Michelle Lujan Grisham TBA
  • Gretchen Whitmer TBA
  • Hillary Clinton TBA
  • Stacey Abrams TBA
  • Tammy Baldwin TBA
  • Andrew Cuomo TBA
  • Catherine Cortez Masto TBA
  • Tulsi Gabbard TBA

**Odds pulled from Bovada Sportsbook.

Can I Bet On Stacey Abrams’ Chances of Becoming VP Now?

Yes, you can wager on Stacey Abrams betting odds to be the next Democratic Vice Presidential candidate. She’s listed on the odds boards for both Bernie and Biden, and she is trending high overall, as well. For the apparent Democratic strategies at play, Abrams seems to be a strong choice for bettors, ticking all the correct demographics boxes.

As the day draws near for the Democratic candidates to announce their running mates, Abrams’ odds will likely narrow. So if you think she will get on one of the candidates’ tickets, get your “votes” in now for the best payouts!

How Much Can I Win If I Bet On Stacey Abrams?

Right now, at most offshore political betting sites, Abrams has low odds to be the DNC’s VP selection following Bernie Sanders’ departure from the race. She still has a small chance of being selected but is nowhere near the top of the list of favored VP potentials. Because her odds are so low, she can provide a massive payout if she wins.


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Stacey Abrams Bio

Stacey Yvonne Abrams was born on December 9, 1973, in Madison, Wisconsin. She was the second of six siblings. Her parents, Robert and Carolyn Abrams, raised her in Gulfport, MS, before the family moved to Atlanta, GA. As Methodist ministers, Abrams’ parents encouraged her to work in the public service sector from an early age.

After college, Abrams became a tax attorney (Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, Atlanta), and she later became a public servant at the governmental level.

From 2007-2013, Abrams was a member of the Georgia House of Representatives from the 84th District, and from 2011-2017, she was the Minority Leader of the Georgia House. She left her post in 2017 to run for Governor of GA. During that campaign, Abrams became the first black female major-party gubernatorial nominee in America, though she would eventually lose to Brian Kemp, a white male Republican.

In 2019, Abrams became the first black woman to deliver an official major party response to a State of the Union address. (Apparently, her main claims to fame involve her gender and race rather than her policies.)

Abrams is also a prolific writer of romantic suspense, working under the pen name Selena Montgomery. Her many novels have sold over 100,000 copies worldwide, and you can purchase Stacey Abrams books at fine retailers everywhere.

Stacey Abrams Education

Education IconStacey Abrams attended Spelman College and graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in interdisciplinary studies (1995). After that, she became a Harry S. Truman Scholar studying public policy at the University of Austin’s LBJ School of Public Affairs. In 1998, she received a Master’s degree from the school, and in 1999, she earned her Juris Doctor (JD) degree from Yale Law School. All in all, Abrams exhibited a typical politician’s trajectory in terms of schooling.

Stacey Abrams For Governor (2018 GA Election)

The 2018 Georgia gubernatorial race – Stacey Abrams vs Brian Kemp – was a contentious one, with Kemp winning by a narrow margin (roughly 50,000 votes). However, many critics of the election say that the Stacey Abrams results were incomplete or manipulated, as many idle and expired voter registrations had been purged from the Georgia rolls in the years preceding the election.

While this is standard practice, the man in charge of the protocol was Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who ran against Abrams for governor and won. Abrams stated that Kemp thus had a conflict of interest and should have recused himself from his normal duties with the state. Abrams also threatened to sue Georgia for voter suppression, discrimination, and various other complaints.

Top 5 Reasons Stacey Abrams Could Be The Democratic Vice Presidential Pick

  • Double Token Candidate – Because the Democratic party is all-in on identity politics and “firsts,” Abrams brings two serious bona fides to the table in that regard. First, she’s a she. While she wouldn’t be the first female on a major Democratic Presidential ticket (Hillary Clinton ran for President in 2016, while Geraldine Ferraro was the first and only female Democratic VP candidate in 1984), it’s been long enough that she can lay claim to that. Additionally, Abrams is a woman of color, which would be a genuine first in the position.
  • LGBTQ+ Support – In addition to appealing to female and black voters, Abrams has mass appeal to the LGBTQ+ community thanks to the ambiguity of her sexual orientation. She is a champion of LGBTQ+ causes, and many voters assume she is part of the movement personally.
  • Grievances Sell – Many voters believe Stacey Abrams was “cheated” out of winning the 2018 GA gubernatorial election. And while that hasn’t been proved, she may galvanize the aggrieved masses in the middle who otherwise might not vote. Now more than ever, perceived victimhood is currency in the political sphere.
  • Progressive Policies – Politically, Abrams has progressive Democrat qualities that align her more with the likes of Bernie Sanders than Joe Biden. As such, she may appeal to youth voters and other community-minded people, and she could help Joe Biden recapture some of the base that will be alienated and apathetic in the face of another Sanders loss.
  • Mainstream Policies – Along with her more progressive socialist policies, Abrams embraces a number of mainstream Democratic talking points that could endear her to the middle and the far left alike. She is a proponent of increasing the public-school system, prefers socialized medicine, advocates for gun control, and supports abortion, making her an attractive mainstream Democrat candidate on the surface.

Stacey Abrams FAQs

Is Stacey Abrams leading in the polls?

Currently, there are no Stacey Abrams polls for her potential VP selection. However, if she is formally selected, you will be able to find Abrams polling data at the usual sites (FiveThirtyEight, RealClearPolitics, etc.).

Did Stacey Abrams win the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election?

No. The Stacey Abrams Georgia Governor campaign was endorsed by the likes of Bernie Sanders and Barack Obama, but she lost to Brian Kemp, who was the acting GA Secretary of State at the time. The vote differential was roughly 50,000, but Abrams claims that during Kemp’s role as SOS, he purged some 670,000 expired or defunct voter registrations from the rolls. Abrams alleges that this resulted in voter suppression, though there is no data to back up her claims. Per her statement after threatening to sue Georgia over the way it conducts its elections, Abrams said: “I have no empirical evidence that I would have achieved a higher number of votes. However, I have sufficient and I think legally sufficient doubt about the process to say that it was not a fair election.”

Did Stacey Abrams concede the Georgia election?

No. In the Stacey Abrams speech following the election, the candidate blamed systemic racism, misogyny, and election rigging for her defeat, as well as voter suppression. Abrams lost by roughly 50,000 votes, but in her refusal to accept defeat, she has earned a national following of tremendous political value.

Is Stacey Abrams married?

Abrams is not married and never has been. She has been asked this question numerous times over her political career, though she has never so much as hinted at any romantic relationships.

Is Stacey Abrams gay?

This has been speculated upon, although there is no evidence to suggest she is – or isn’t – a homosexual. Stacey Abrams’ sexual orientation remains a mystery (and a talking point) for voters and pundits alike

Is Stacey Abrams running for President?

Not in 2020. While earlier in the cycle there were rumors that Abrams would run for President, she has chosen to sit this one out. That said, she seems open to serving as a VP nominee and potential Vice President of the United States, should the opportunity present itself.

Is Stacey Abrams Jewish?

Despite a seemingly Semitic surname, Stacey Abrams is not Jewish. Her parents were Methodist ministers, and she herself is likely a Methodist as well. However, she has been careful not to identify with any particular religion, merely calling herself a “person of faith.”

Is Stacey Abrams Greek?

There is no evidence of Greek heritage in Stacey Abrams’ biographies or public records. There is similarly no record of any Stacey Abrams sorority affiliation, so it is altogether unclear how or why this became a question in the first place.

How tall is Stacey Abrams?

Stacey Abrams is roughly 5’3” tall.

How much does Stacey Abrams weigh?

This information is not available online, though Abrams is by no means small. While her opponents have not used her weight – or its health implications – against her, online critics are quick to gut her for her “curves.” Speculation suggests Abrams weighs upwards of 200 pounds.

How old is Stacey Abrams?

Stacey Abrams is currently 46 years old. With a December 9 birthday, if she becomes the VP nominee and her ticket wins the White House, she would be 47 years old when she takes office as Vice President in January 2021.



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