Abrams, who ran for governor in Georgia in 2018 and has since dedicated herself to voting rights issues, told WBUR’s “On Point” that despite advice not to talk about it openly, she would be interested in the vice presidency.
“I certainly would. I mean, I don’t want to be coy,” Abrams said. “There are those who advised me against saying that out loud. But, the reality is, of course, the work that I want to see for America, the progress I want to see us make, I would be honored to be the running mate of the Democratic nominee.”
Abrams made similar comments in an interview with the Washington Post earlier this month when she officially announced she would not be seeking the presidency.