Embattled Stacey Abrams Group Could Be Fined for Missing Financial Disclosure. It Doesn’t Seem To Care.
Washington State is threatening to refer Stacey Abrams’s New Georgia Project for prosecution unless it clarifies what became of its $18.5 million bankroll in 2021. But even that isn’t motivating the embattled charity to open its books.
On Tuesday, Washington’s secretary of state ordered the New Georgia Project to “immediately cease” all fundraising activities until it renews its charitable solicitation license in the state. To do so, New Georgia Project would have to disclose top-line financial information from its 2021 Form 990, which was due to the IRS in November. New Georgia Project strategic communications manager Simran Jadavji brushed off the delay, telling the Washington Free Beacon that the charity’s staff, “including our accountant, are just now returning to work after a much-deserved break for the holidays.”