Stacey Abrams made history this week as the first African-American woman to become the gubernatorial nominee of a major political party. Should she win in November, she’ll be the nation’s first female African-American governor. But she has a tough road ahead of her as she runs an “unapologetically progressive” campaign in deep red Georgia. Correspondent Jessica Gomez caught up with her on the campaign trail last fall.

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