Far-Left Democrat Stacey Abrams Supports Massive Tax Hikes On Georgia’s Working Families

Far-left Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has made it clear to Georgia voters that she will raise their taxes as she pushes her radical agenda.

Per the RGA:

Far-left Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has made it clear to Georgia voters that she will raise their taxes as she pushes her radical agenda.


During her primary race, Abrams not only adopted some of the most extreme liberal positions of any Democratic gubernatorial candidate in Georgia’s history, but she supported repealing an estimated $330 million in tax cuts for the people of her state. In the state legislature, Abrams also voted against income tax reductions, against freezing property taxes, and against a state constitutional amendment to ban income tax hikes.


By supporting reckless tax increases and embracing far-left fringe policies to win over her party’s base voters, Abrams has shown she is too liberal for Georgia.

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