Raphael WarnockU.S. Senate to represent Georgia
Current appointed Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) has failed to serve the people of Georgia and continues to turn her back on Black Americans fighting for racial justice. Loeffler has said she adamantly opposes the Black Lives Matter movement and has continued to endanger the health of Georgians. Earlier this year, Loeffler downplayed the coronavirus despite attending a private Senate briefing on the worsening outbreak. Instead of making efforts to protect us after the briefing, Loeffler chose to financially benefit herself, dumping over $3 million in stocks and purchasing shares of companies that would gain profits during the pandemic.
Georgia deserves a Senator who will show strong leadership in the face of a crisis. Reverend Raphael Warnock (D) is the right choice for Georgia. He is progressive pastor running in a special election to represent Georgia in the U.S. Senate.
As Senator, Rev. Warnock will fight for a better Georgia. This includes efforts to:
- Protect and expand the right to access affordable, quality healthcare by building upon the Affordable Care Act, defending protections for pre-existing conditions and reproductive healthcare; and lowering the costs of prescription drugs.
- Ensure every vote counts by expanding voting options, restoring and strengthening voting protections, and advocating for resources to protect the security of elections.
- Making strides to end mass incarceration and give everyone a second chance by reforming the bail system, increasing police accountability, ending the use of private prisons, and advocating for resources to support returning citizens.
- Rebuilding our economy by supporting pay equity, funding unemployment, and supporting small businesses.
- Pushing to ban discriminatory federal practices that exclude people from housing, financial, and employment.
This election season, vote Rev. Raphael Warnock to represent Georgia in the U.S. Senate. Register to vote today or check your registration status below.
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