Stacey Abrams nominated for an Emmy for voiceover work on 'black-ish'
Stacey Abrams was nominated for an Emmy for "outstanding character voiceover performance" for her work on the ABC show "black-ish." - Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images North America/TNS

Buried in the secondary categories for the Emmy nominations was a name that is normally in headlines about politics: former Georgia gubernatorial candidate and longtime voting rights activist Stacey Abrams. She was nominated for an Emmy for "outstanding character voiceover performance" for her work on the ABC show "black-ish." During an animated election-themed episode last fall when lead character Dre (Anthony Anderson) was running for Congress, Abrams provides him advice. Abrams in this category is competing with some major Hollywood talent: the late Jessica Walter (FX's "Archer"), Maya Rudo...