At a minimum, 150,000 dollars was given to Abrams by Dream Project Partners, a corporation that has practically no presence on the internet.
Stacey Abrams, a candidate for governor of Georgia on the Democratic ticket, received more than one hundred thousand dollars from an odd limited liability company, according to The News God, which disclosed that the company did not appear to have any online presence other than her financial disclosure form and corporate documents.
There are many references to Dream Project Partners Inc. in the publishing of Abrams’ financial disclosure form that took place in March. Some of these references can be found in the “statement of income” and the “direct ownership interests in the business organization.” The Georgia Democrat claimed to have earned a total of $50,000 in 2021 and $100,000 in 2022 in their capacity as “Board Members and Shareholders.”
Her “main activity” is stated as working for Dream Project Partners Inc., even though the financial form states she has no responsibility there.
The following statement may be seen on the disclosure form: “Development of a culturally appropriate technological platform for entrepreneurs.”