ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Stacey Abrams is keeping Georgia Democrats -- in fact, Democrats everywhere -- in suspense about her political future.
She had planned to decide by the end of March whether to run for U.S. Senate, but business got in the way.
It's been a whirlwind for Abrams since she narrowly lost the governor's race to Brian Kemp.
She's being recruited by national Democrats to challenge David Perdue for his Senate seat in 2020 and promises an answer shortly.
She delivered the Democratic Response to President Trump's State of the Union Address in February and is considering her own run for president.
Abrams has been on a nationwide tour promoting her book "Lead from the Outside" while Georgia Democrats who are considering a Senate run themselves wait to see whether she'll jump in.
Stacey Abrams talks about why she thinks she's qualified to lead the nation and responds to the promised investigation of her campaign for governor by the newly appointed director of the state ethics commission.
Abrams sat down Tuesday afternoon with FOX 5 Senior Anchor Russ Spencer. Watch the video below for the full interview.