Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, who was named as the presiding officer of the state electors meeting, continued to not wear a mask for extended periods of time Monday in the state Capitol building.
Abrams sat without a mask in the Georgia Capitol building for minutes at a time, while it appears everyone else in the room wore them. Monday was the deadlines for all 50 states, including Georgia, and the District of Columbia to cast their electoral votes for the 2020 presidential election.
Throughout the live stream, Abrams was spotted at her desk, without a mask, taking notes or looking on her phone.
Abrams continued to sit at her desk for minutes at a time without a mask, while all other electors can be seen wearing masks.
At one point, Abrams walked away from the podium with her mask in hand but did not put it on when sitting down at her desk.
Abrams also gave her speeches without a mask on, while other Georgia electors chose to wear their masks while speaking.(RELATED: ‘Make Them Pay’: Michigan Democratic State Rep. Cynthia Jones Threatens Trump Supporters)
Later, Abrams can be seen on her phone with a mask on, but not for very long before walking up to the podium to speak again.
Abrams was also wearing a mask when the lawmakers where being sworn in, as seen below: (RELATED: Michigan State Rep Who Threatened Trump Supporters Stripped Of Committee Assignments)
Abrams announced that all 16 of the state’s electors cast their votes for President-elect Joe Biden.