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November 20, 2022
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On Local Radio Across Georgia, Reverend Warnock Urges Georgians to Vote Early In December Runoff
Reverend Warnock: “Even though you showed up for me during the General Election, we really need you to show up again. Early Voting is November 28th through December 2nd. Election Day is December 6th.”
Atlanta, GA – This week, Reverend Warnock called into radio stations across the state to discuss the importance of getting out the vote and encouraging Georgians to vote on or before December 6th.
Reverend Warnock spoke to Frank Ski and Nina Brown of KISS 104.1 Atlanta, Harold Young of Praise 99.5 Macon, Jonathan Marshall Moore of the Black Information Network, Angela “AP” Peterson of 98.3 The Beat Columbus, Rev. Samuel L. Gaines aka “Dayrider” of Praise 105.5 Albany, and Young Joc, Ms. Shyneka, and Shawty of Streetz 94.5 Atlanta.
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Reverend Warnock: “The only way your vote doesn’t count is if you don’t show up. So even though you showed up for me during the General Election, we really need you to show up again. Early Voting is November 28th through December 2nd. Election Day is December 6th.”
Reverend Warnock: “Your vote is your voice. Your voice is your human dignity. I often say that a vote is a kind of prayer for the world we desire for ourselves and for our children, and don’t forget to pray. Everybody needs to show.”
Reverend Warnock: “That’s why I’ve been so effective at this job. I spent my whole life doing this, in a different kind of way. You can’t serve the people unless you love the people, and you can’t love the people unless you know the people, which means you got to spend time with the people. There’s so much at stake. All eyes are on Georgia.”
Reverend Warnock: “I have faith in the people of Georgia. Everybody get out and vote. Early Voting is November 28th through December 2nd, Runoff Election Day is December 6th, and it is so incredibly important that we show up. Your vote is your voice, your voice is your human dignity. I run into folks all the time who say, ‘Rev, I got you. I’m with you.’ Well, if you’re with me, show up. They say, ‘I’m praying for you.’ Well, you know I believe in prayer, but here’s what I also know, a vote is a kind of prayer for the world we desire, for ourselves and for our children. So, don’t forget to pray and show up.”
Reverend Warnock: “Listen, I know that people look at this race and they say, ‘Herschel Walker’s not a serious person.’ I agree. He’s not to be taken seriously, but this race is. When we don’t show up, the unthinkable happens. If you don’t want 11 million people, the 11 million people of Georgia, represented in the Senate for six years by someone who is clearly manifestly unprepared and unfit, who has neither the character nor the competence to represent us in the Senate, show up.”
Reverend Warnock: “This race is about two things. It’s about competence and it’s about character. The contrast on both of those scores between me and my opponent couldn’t be more obvious.”
Reverend Warnock: “Call me old fashioned. I still think integrity matters. I think truth telling matters. I think character matters. And this man has lied to us about the most basic facts of his life. No wonder his own staff says that he’s a pathological liar who lies like he’s breathing. If we can’t trust him to tell us the truth about himself and about his life, why would we put our lives in his hands?”