Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is not getting support from inside her own state, instead, around 86 percent of her funding is coming from sources outside the state of Georgia.
"Just over 14 percent of the money that Democrat gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams has received has come from inside the state," reported Breitbart.
A report from Axios found the gubernatorial candidate has received $6.4 million from Washington, DC.
In addition, a massive $10 million has come from California.
California gave more to Abrams than any other single state.
"Abrams has also received $3.6 million from New York and another $2.5 million from Delaware. Meanwhile, only $7 million of the nearly $50 million that Abrams has received has come from her home state of Georgia," Breitbart reported.
Also, according to the report, of the $7 million that originated in Georgia, $1.5 million of it came from Fair Fight, an organization that Abrams founded.
The Abrams campaign did not respond to a request for comment.
To read more about Abrams' fundraising strategies and see a list of celebrities who also support the candidate, click here.