Stacey Abrams, who is running again for Georgia governor, will not appear Tuesday with President Joe Biden for his speech on voting rights.
An Abrams aide told the New York Times that she will not be able to attend Biden’s speech, citing a prior commitment.
It is unclear exactly why Abrams does not want to appear publicly with Biden when he makes a prominent speech on an issue that has defined her career.
The president plans to deliver an angry speech condemning the new election integrity laws passed in the state by Republicans, condemning them as racist.
Abrams did post a supportive message on social media, welcoming Biden to the state.
“Thank you, President Biden for refusing to relent until the work