The New Georgia Project, which faced accusations in 2014 of fraudulently registering voters and wasting millions of dollars from private donors, is trying to make a comeback this year as it pushes to register tens of thousands of minority voters for this year’s presidential election.
At the same time, it is moving to free itself from the dominance of its founder, House Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, D-Atlanta, who became a national media darling but made enemies in a party struggling to become relevant again after more than a decade of electoral defeats.
Newly released records show the project paid Abrams…
To read more about new tax documents made available to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and what the group is trying to do moving forward, go to our expanded story on myajc.com.
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