“Get the Tree, Wrap the Presents... VOTE” - New Warnock Ad Reminds Georgians to Make a Plan to Vote Early - Warnock for Georgia

“Get the Tree, Wrap the Presents… VOTE” — New Warnock Ad Reminds Georgians to Make a Plan to Vote Early

“This year, there’s one extra thing to do: vote. That’s right, early voting starts December 14th, so make voting a part of your holiday plans.”

Atlanta, GA – Senior Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church and Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate Reverend Raphael Warnock released a new TV ad, “To Do List,” urging Georgians to make a plan to vote this holiday season as early in-person voting begins December 14.
 


The ad is the latest to highlight the start of early voting in the Georgia runoff elections, following a radio spot released Friday, “Get Ready to Vote.” Reverend Warnock is on a statewide “Get Ready to Vote” tour with stops in Athens, August, Savannah, Waycross, Albany, Columbus, Warner Robins and Atlanta. 

Watch “To Do List” Here 
 

Full transcript of “To Do List” below:[Warnock]: There’s a lot of stuff to do this time of year. Get the tree, done. Hang the lights… not yet. Wrap presents, check. But this year, there’s one extra thing to do: vote. That’s right, early voting starts December 14th, so make voting a part of your holiday plans. It’ll probably take you less time than it’ll take me to do this. I’m Raphael Warnock, and I approve this message. 
About Reverend Warnock

Reverend Raphael Warnock grew up in Kayton Homes public housing in Savannah. Fifteen years ago, he was chosen to serve as Senior Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former pulpit of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He is only the fifth Senior Pastor in the history of the church and the youngest pastor ever selected to serve in that position. Reverend Warnock believes his service does not stop at the church door, and has been an advocate to expand health care coverage and to ensure hardworking Georgians can make a living wage. As Senator, Reverend Warnock will bring to Washington the concerns of struggling Georgia families who wonder why no one is looking out for them, and focus on fighting for quality, affordable health care, for the dignity of working people who are paid too little as our government works more for Wall Street, and to make sure every voice is heard.

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