Reverend Warnock believes it is time to reinvest in America’s workers. Our fractured infrastructure has had real consequences for ordinary people who rely on roads to get to work, pipes for clean drinking water, and bridges to connect them to their neighbors. Repairing our crumbling roads and bridges, reinvesting in a clean economy based on green transportation and energy infrastructure, and investing in broadband that will connect people to the global economy will help Georgia businesses flourish, help workers get to jobs, and help consumers get to services.
- $1.3 billion for public transit
- $100 million for broadband
- $135 million for electric vehicle charging stations
- $8.9 billion for repairing Georgia’s roads and highways and more.