Doraville, Nov 19, 2020 – U.S. senatorial candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock made a stopover at the heart of Asian businesses to share his campaign views and policy. He will face Kelly Loeffler, incumbent Senator on Jan 5, 2021 in a special run-off election.
Amongst the attendees are Mayor of Doraville Joseph Geierman, Georgia Senator-elect Michelle Au and prominent Democrat activist Lani Wong.
Speaking to an outdoor crowd at a parking area on a cold morning, Rev. Warnock shared insights of his humble beginning.
Here are highlights of his speech:
“We need significant investment in America in public space and infrastructures. The
brokenness in our infrastructures is a reflection of the brokenness in our policies,” said Warnock.
“You ought to be afraid of a politician who try to frightened you to vote for her. Rather, I will inspire you to vote me who cares for affordable healthcare, living wages, and for immigrants to have a dignified pass to citizenship, and to vote for our children's future,” add Warnock.
“Under the current leadership, you faced bigotry, xenophobia, and fear. We are a nation of immigrants and we should come together to build our country. It's time to push hard against the forces of division.”
“We should come together to build the infrastructure of the country: for better roads, bridges, broadband, sustainable energy grid that create sustainable jobs. In the short term, it will stimulate the economy and help small businesses to compete.”
“You ought to be afraid of a politician who try to frightened you to vote for her. I will inspire you to vote for affordable healthcare, living wages, and for immigrant to have a dignified pass to citizenship, and to vote for our children's future.”
U.S. Senate races important dates:
December 7, 2020: Voter registration deadline to vote in the U.S. Senate runoff election
December 14, 2020: Advanced in-person or early voting begins for the general election runoff for U.S. Senate
January 5, 2021: U.S. Senate runoff election day