Stacey Abrams Lands New Job After Election Loss

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    Is Stacey Abrams looking for the exit ramp after suffering another brutal defeat?

    The two-time failed Georgia Democrat gubernatorial candidate announced she will be joining environmental advocacy dark money group, Rewiring America which is pushing to regulate and ban natural gas-powered stoves.

    Announcing her new role with Rewiring America, the group attributed her success to being a “political leader, voting rights activist, and bestselling author.”

    According to Fox News, through her role, Abrams will “launch and scale a national awareness campaign and a network of large and small communities working to help Americans go electric,” according to the group.

    “She will also guide the organization as it builds the tools and capacity to connect Americans and their communities to machines, installers, Inflation Reduction Act incentives, and jobs in the clean energy transition,” the group added of Abrams.

    “Growing up on the Gulf Coast, not far from a significant concentration of the petrochemical industry, I’ve seen the environmental and health injustices that visit communities isolated from political power and economic opportunity,” Abrams said in a statement. “We are at an inflection point, where families in the South and across the country live too close to the economic edge, and every dollar saved now changes their future. But few understand how much money they can save with a little help to upgrade their homes and vehicles.”

    “I’m excited to join Rewiring America to share the benefits of electrification and ensure families get their fair share,” she added. “I look forward to working together as we build the tools that will transform everyday Americans from energy consumers to energy moguls in their own communities.”



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