This is the President phone banking for Senator Warnock.
President Joe Biden on Friday traveled to Boston to visit the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, where he participated in a phone bank for incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock, who is running to keep his seat representing Georgia in the next Congress – a state notably further south than Biden's stop in Massachusetts.
What You Need To Know
- President Joe Biden on Friday traveled to Boston to visit the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, where he participated in a phone bank for Georgia's incumbent Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock
- Days before polls close on Tuesday, Biden still has no plans to visit Georgia, marking the culmination of Biden’s support-from-a-distance strategy that he employed throughout the midterms
- The president, without mentioning his name, on Friday took aim at Republican challenger Herschel Walker, a former football star whose campaign has been dogged by numerous allegations from his previous romantic partners and family alike
- Later in the day, Biden will appear at a fundraiser for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, which has spent millions of dollars to boost Warnock’s campaign.
“This is a guy who needs our help and I think, you know, we have a chance to do something,” Biden told members of the IBEW 103 labor union, going on to highlight why it is imperative to have Warnock in the Senate for both Georgia and Biden’s agenda for the country at large.
The president, without mentioning his name, took aim at Republican challenger Herschel Walker, a former football star whose campaign has been dogged by numerous allegations from his previous romantic partners and family alike.
“This is not a referendum on Warnock. This is a choice,” Biden said of Georgia’s Senate race. “A choice between two men. One man who does not deserve to be in the United States Senate.”
“The other man is a really truly decent, honorable guy,” the president said of Warnock.
Biden, who has long supported labor unions, on Friday said that phone banks like the ones hosted by IBEW 103 might make or break Georgia’s Senate election.
“This race in Georgia is the second time there's been a runoff in two years here. It’s really, really critical,” Biden said, adding: “What you're doing really makes a gigantic difference.”(source, news1)
This 👇 is the Phone Bank where anyone in any state can help Senator Warnock’s re-election.
Do what you can between now and Tuesday, December 6th to re-elect Senator Warnock.