Photo Gallery Stacey Abrams campaigns to be first female African-American governor Stacey Abrams campaigns to be first female African-American governor November 2, 2018 Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Telegram Email Linkedin ReddIt Print Tumblr Mix VK Digg LINE Viber Naver Oprah Winfrey takes part in a town hall meeting with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams ahead of the mid-term election in Marietta, Georgia, November 1. Abrams is running to be the first U.S. female African-American governor. Oprah Winfrey takes part in a town hall meeting with Stacey Abrams in Marietta, November 1. Oprah Winfrey takes part in a town hall meeting with Stacey Abrams in Marietta, Stacey Abrams is welcomed by a crowd of supporters in Fayetteville, October 25. Veterans listen closely to Stacey Abrams in Riverdale, October 27. A Stacey Abrams supporter wears a Make History shirt while listening to Abrams speak in Conyers, October 26. Rapper and actor Common, supporting Stacey Abrams, at a Souls to the Polls rally in Atlanta, October 28. A supporter of Stacey Abrams holds up a voting sign and an American flag as Abrams speaks to a crowd in Columbus, October 25. A crowd chanting Stacey Abrams’ name waits anxiously for the candidate in Valdosta, October 24. A woman impersonating President Donald Tump gestures to at a Stacey Abrams rally in Atlanta, October 28. A woman wearing a Black Lives Matter shirt cheers during Stacey Abrams’ speech in Newnan, October 25 Supporters listen closely to Stacey Abrams in Fayetteville, October 25.