TEXAS (Reuters) – Democratic voters rallied for the chance to make history in November by selecting a ticket filled with female candidates, including a bid to elect the first African-American female governor in the United States. Stacey Abrams won the party’s nomination for governor in Georgia, where she faces long odds in a Republican-dominated southern state testing divergent Democratic strategies. She was among candidates selected in four states to advance to the November midterm elections.
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