Democrat candidate for president, Joe Biden, has narrowed his choices for VP down to six women. One of the most outspoken women who was interested in being in the White House next to Biden was failed gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, but she didn't make the cut.

She moaned about losing her gubernatorial election in Georgia when Brian Kemp took the victory. Abrams wouldn't concede and it felt like she wanted to say he cheated or did something else to win - besides simply getting more votes. "Brian Kemp won the election, defeating Stacey Abrams by just under 55,000 votes. The primary elections were held on May 22, 2018, and a primary runoff was held on July 24, 2018, between Republican candidates Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp, with Kemp winning the runoff election."

Biden's short list up until now is the following:

1. Florida Democratic Rep. Val Demings

2. Massachusetts Democratic Senator Liz Warren

3. Former Obama national security adviser Susan Rice

4. Atlanta Democratic Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms

5. California Democratic Sen. Kamala Harris

6. New Mexico Democratic Governor Michelle Grisham

Are these people that Biden is interested in? Or is his campaign making him pick a woman?

Who is in control with Joe Biden?

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