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    Abrams Becomes First US Black Female Candidate for Governor

    Georgia House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams — who holds a law degree from Yale and has written eight romance novels under a pen name — is also the first female gubernatorial nominee in the state’s history. Her rise, profiled on OZY in 2016, is part of a wave of female and minority candidates entering politics to make a change and capturing the public imagination in the process. Meanwhile Kentucky Democrats nominated Amy McGrath, one of the first U.S. female fighter pilots, to run a key House race.

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