Oprah Winfrey says it  will be really frightening if Stacey doesn't win

On Tuesday night, Oprah Winfrey conducted a virtual campaign event for Stacey Abrams, a Democrat running for  governor of Georgia.

The presentation, titled "A  Thriving Life!" had a split-screen chat between the two people discussing the candidate's objectives.

Additionally, Winfrey, 66, supported Abrams in her  2018 rematch with Kemp,  which she narrowly lost.

The 49-year-old Abrams never formally surrendered the election, which she claimed was "taken" from her because of purportedly unfair voting procedures and  voter suppression.

As you demanded that every  single vote be tallied and every voice heard in Georgia, you ultimately delivered the non-concession speech that was  heard around the globe,  Winfrey added.

"I lost," Abrams said. "They  believe I'm confused. Although  I'm not, I've had the opportunity  to spend the last four years  doing the things I mentioned."

The lawmaker gained national recognition as a voting rights campaigner after her defeat, making millions from books  and lectures.

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She used the gathering on Thursday to lay out her programme, which calls for extending Medicaid health insurance, lifting the restriction  on abortions after six weeks,

In addition, Abrams cautioned against "voter apathy," stating  that Georgians were in danger of losing their constitutional rights.

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