Rooted In Georgia
Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock was born and raised in Savannah,. His father, a veteran and small businessman, and mother, a native of Waycross, Georgia who still lives in Savannah today, raised Warnock and his eleven brothers and sisters with the values of faith and hard work. Warnock attended Morehouse College, earned a Ph.D. and was ordained. He was called to serve as Senior Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former pulpit of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In January he made history by becoming the first African American to represent Georgia in the Senate.
Focused On Working For All Of Georgia
Warnock quickly got to work to pass a sweeping pandemic recovery bill, securing an extra $1,400 in direct payments for Georgians, funding to expand vaccinations and support for small businesses. He has continued to build on his work to protect the right to vote, dedicating his first Senate floor speech to condemning state voter suppression bills and emphasizing the importance of protecting voting rights by passing the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
Reelecting A Champion For Georgians
Warnock has used the energy surrounding his 2021 runoff election victory to propel him into a role as an effective legislator and voice for the Georgia people. It’s clearer than ever before that a blue South is emerging, and voters have been waiting for effective champions like Warnock to drive this momentum. It is critical that he is re-elected to a full term in 2022 so he can continue fighting for a better future for Georgians.
Reformer at Risk?
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