WASHINGTON — Stacey Abrams has announced she is running for Georgia governor, setting up a likely rematch against Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. The voting rights activist and former candidate for governor took to social media Wednesday to announce her campaign "because opportunity in our state shouldn’t be determined by zip code, background or access to power." She was credited with helping organize Black voters in the South to help catapult Democrats to key victories last year, including President Joe Biden's narrow win in Georgia. Abrams, a former state lawmaker, has worked on issues related to voting rights for a decade. She became a household name in 2018, when she lost her bid for governor, accusing Republicans of engaging in voter suppression mostly affecting Black voters. "But if our Georgia is going to move to its next and greatest chapter, we're going to need leadership," said Abrams in her announcement video. She touted the work she's done during the coronavirus pandemic, including paying off medical debt . . . read the full article here.