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With sweeping tax credits provided to film and television productions that spend more than $500,000 in the state, Georgia is the second most popular filming location in the world and number one in the United States.

It's likely you've seen the state onscreen in productions like The Walking Dead and Black Panther. In 2017, film and television productions brought nearly $10 billion in spending to the state.

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Stacey Abrams ran for Governor of Georgia last year during midterm elections, but her ideas and campaign stances held the attention of millions outside the state lines.

That's why Americans across the country were thrilled when Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced that Abrams would be delivering the official rebuttal to President Donald Trump's State of the Union on February 5.

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CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 05: Former president Barack Obama speaks to a gathering of more than 50 mayors and other guests during the North American Climate Summit on December 5, 2017 in Chicago, Illinois. The summit was held to bring together leaders from the U.S., Canada and Mexico to commit their cities to addressing climate change at the local level. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

"I miss Obama" is an oft-repeated sentiment from Americans since President Donald Trump's inauguration in January of 2017.

But no longer occupying the White House hasn't stopped former President Barack Obama from using his influence and experience to help better the United States of America in some of the country's most trying times.

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Georgia voters received an incredibly racist and antisemitic robocall over the weekend from a white supremacist group poorly imitating Oprah Winfrey and going after Democratic candidate for governor Stacey Abrams.

Winfrey spent the latter part of last week campaigning for Abrams, who if elected would become the nation's first black female governor.

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It's rare these days that politics should be associated with joy, but overjoyed is just what one Georgia voter was when she opened her door to see none other billionaire media mogul Oprah Winfrey.

Winfrey was in Georgia doing her part to get out the vote by going door to door to make sure people were registered and to discuss the platform of Democratic nominee for governor Stacey Abrams. The woman understandably does a double take when realizing who just knocked on her door and the reaction is priceless.

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Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp may be vying for voters in Georgia, but the campaign between the two ideological opposites has captivated the nation.

What was supposed to be the second and final televised debate has now been cancelled as Kemp, who is also Georgia's secretary of state, has opted to instead join President Donald Trump at a just-announced campaign rally in Macon.

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Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate for Georgia governor, smacked down Meghan McCain on The View Tuesday after McCain tried to lob a "gotcha" question at Abrams over her stance on gun rights.

McCain asked Abrams if she supported banning the AR-15, which has been the weapon of choice in dozens of mass shootings in the United States. Most recently, an AR-15 was wielded by a gunman who stormed into a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday, killing 11 Jewish worshippers.

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