Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams will not be running for the open Senate seat in the run-up to the elections.

But Abrams is once again stating that she would be "honored" to be considered for a vice presidency.

"I certainly would. I mean, I don't want to be coy," Abrams said. "There are those who advised me against saying that out loud. But, the reality is, of course, the work that I want to see for America, the progress I want to see us make, I would be honored to be the running mate of the Democratic nominee."

Her sentiments echoed statements she made during an interview with the NY Times earlier this month:

"I certainly would. I mean, I don't want to be coy," Abrams said. "There are those who advised me against saying that out loud. But, the reality is, of course, the work that I want to see for America, the progress I want to see us make, I would be honored to be the running mate of the Democratic nominee."

She shared why she will not be running for the Senate:

"My decision not to run for the Senate was because I do not want to serve in the Senate. I think that there are people who are running who are the right people for that job. And I'm going to do my best to ensure that they can become the senator from Georgia. And that means fighting voter suppression. That means making sure that we are learning things from our 2018 campaign," she explained.

"But as I think about my next step, my first responsibility is to ensure that when the primary is done — when the nominee decides to choose their running mate — that they are choosing based on knowing that we are in a country where we have built the infrastructure in those battleground states. And that I've done my part."