Georgia House Minority Leader
- A solid plan to stop the GOP supermajority in the Georgia State House
- A fierce leader working to end "Stand Your Ground" laws
- Transforming the political landscape in Georgia
Stacey Abrams is the Georgia House Minority Leader and State Representative for the 89th District. Known for being the first woman to lead either part of the General Assembly, and the first African-American to lead the Georgia House of Representatives, Stacey was first elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in 2006 to represent District 84. As the House Minority Leader, Stacey has been working to strengthen the Georgia House Democratic Caucus and she's earned a reputation for working across party lines to pass legislation.
Growing up in a family with five brothers and sisters, Stacey learned early on from her minister parents the importance of service. Upon graduation from Spelman College in Georgia and after earning her law degree from Yale and a Master's degree in public policy from the University of Texas at Austin, Stacey realized just how important it was for people to have voice in their political system. Understanding the important yet frustrating things about government, Stacey was inspired to get involved and start creating social change for Georgians.
Fierce and intelligent, PowerPAC+ was proud to support Stacey during her House run in 2012. We continue to support her because she is our best chance to stop the Georgia House GOP supermajority, and advance the priorities that are important to Georgia’s communities.