The Rev. Raphael Warnock, the senior pastor at Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic church, is planning to make history in Georgia. He has entered the race for the U.S. Senate in the Peach State.
In a campaign video, Rev. Warnock said, “I’ve always thought that my impact doesn’t stop at the church door. That’s actually where it starts. I love this country, and I believe that what makes America so great is that we’ve always had a path to make it greater.”
He also said, “This is going to be hard work. And it should be. Anybody running for office knows that it’s hard work. But I’ve always understood that my service extends far beyond the doors of the church.”
Watch the video below:
If Warnock wins, he will be the first African-American to be a Georgia U.S. Senator. According to AJC.com, Stacey Abrams will endorse him, which continues to shut down any rumors that she will run for Senate
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