During a stop on her “Jobs for Georgia” economic tour, gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams announced a plan to invest $10 million in Georgia small businesses.
According to a report from WMAZ, the money will not come from a tax hike and will go towards financing small businesses. Abrams also visited several small businesses in Macon, Georgia to learn more about their journey and added that her own entrepreneurial experiences inspired her plan.
“There are too many communities that have been waiting for 16 years for investment, and for service and for support,” said Abrams. “Well I’m here to tell you the time is now and I’m the one who’s going to get it done.”