Overall, the group has raised about $22 million since being formed in the wake of Abrams’ narrow loss to Gov. Brian Kemp in the 2018 elections.
The group filed a federal lawsuit in 2018 alleging widespread voting problems, including broken-down machines, long lines, inaccurate results, canceled absentee ballots and voter registrations that either had been canceled or had gone missing.
As was the case for her gubernatorial campaign, much of the money from those who contributed $100 or more came from outside of Georgia. Abrams' campaign had national fundraising appeal, and the same has been true of Fair Fight.
The Fair Fight PAC continued donating heavily to state Democratic parties across the country in recent months. The Democratic Party of Georgia has received about $630,000 from Fair Fight since the PAC was formed.
Fair Fight has put more than $2 million into funding, training and supporting “voter protection teams” in about 20 battleground states.