3. She has her detractors, in and out of the party: There's no leader anywhere without critics and Abrams is no exception. Some in her own caucus question whether Abrams is more focused on her own ambition than on what's best for the caucus. Abrams argues otherwise and the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive.
4. She is leading a lot of moving parts. Abrams is the leader of the New Georgia Project, which aims to register thousands of new Democratic voters. It's a group that ran into controversy in 2014 over how it spent $4 million in raised cash and the GeorgiaNext superpac aimed at electing Democrats.
5. She has a romantic side. Abrams also is a prolific author of romance novels under the pen name Selena Montgomery. She wrote her first book while in her third year at Yale Law School. In one book, David Ralston, who in real life is speaker of the Georgia House, plays the solicitor general of the United States.