Stacey Abrams holds weekly briefings to Hollywood managers, agents and entertainment industry leaders on how they can best help Democrats win Georgia’s two Senate runs.
Abrams has often preoccupied deep-pocketed liberal industry in its efforts to get Georgia out of republican control. He said this month that he believes in “celebrity power to cut through the noise of politics,” The Hollywood Reporter reported.
The briefings will begin on Friday, with days left on January 5 with 39 days left.
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Members of the Hollywood industry, from A-list actors to publicists, want to compete in competitions that determine Senate control under President Joe Biden.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Kerry Washington and John Legend are organized among the heavyweights to help Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock win the Democratic Hope competition. Ossoff and Warnock must defeat Sens. David Perdue (R-Ga.) And Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) For Democrats to win a 50-50 tie in the Senate, and elected Vice President Kamala Harris has a tie.
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Abrams has previously hired celebrities like Selena Gomez, Steph Curry and Issa Rae to cut videos for Fair Fight, her voting rights group. Georgia and the films rarely appeared in the same sentence, but the state became known as “Hollywood of the South” thanks to its generous tax credits to filmmakers. LaTosha Brown, co-founder of Black Voters Matter, told the Hollywood Reporter that Georgia’s growing entertainment industry justifies a “new life that rises”.
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Democrats endorsed Abrams ’victory over Biden in Georgia, citing efforts to increase democratic participation there. Biden has been the first Democratic presidential candidate since 1992 to win the state.
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Abrams first gained national significance in 2018 when he lost his governorship offer against Republican Brian Kemp. Abrams acknowledged his tight defeat, but never acknowledged the competition. Kemp blamed the loss for his voter repression tactics during his secretariat, although voter registration and turnout increased during his tenure.