We endorse

Lucy McBath


Since the death of her son Jordan Davis, Lucy McBath has been an advocate for common sense gun reform. If elected, she will work to implement background checks for all firearm purchases, raise the minimum age to purchase a gun to 21, and keep domestic abusers from acquiring guns. 

McBath is also an advocate for affordable healthcare. As a two-time breast cancer survivor, McBath knows that access to healthcare is a fundamental right and will work to make sure more Georgians have coverage and access to proper care.

Education is also one of McBath’s top priorities. She is the creator of the Champion in Making Legacy Foundation, a foundation which offers support to those who wish to attend traditional and vocational schools. If elected, she will work to make community colleges, public universities, and vocational schools more affordable.

McBath also supports DREAMers and will prioritize immigration reform.

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