The Republican Governors Association has released a new TV ad in the nation's most watched governor’s race, declaring that "every day is Christmas for Stacey Abrams."

“Despite making over $1 million as a tax attorney, Stacey Abrams failed to pay her own taxes,” said RGA Communications Director Jon Thompson. “Instead of paying her fair share, Abrams loaned herself $50,000 to support her own campaign.

"Georgia deserves a leader committed to fiscal responsibility, not a reckless politician who puts their own political ambitions ahead of paying their fair share.”

Abrams is running this fall to become Georgia's governor against Republican Brian Kemp. Abrams seeking to become the nation's first-ever African American female governor.

The ad is the latest example of political action committees and other national groups investing millions of dollars in ads in Georgia's race, which has already become the state's most expensive gubernatorial election in history.

"Abrams made over a million dollars in the last few years," said Kemp. "Instead of paying more than $50,000 in back taxes, she gave $50,000 to her campaign. If that's not criminal, it should be."

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Abrams has picked up the endorsement of former president Barack Obama, while Kemp was endorsed by President Donald Trump in the final days of his runoff against Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle in late July.