Reverend Raphael Warnock Becomes Georgia’s First Black Senate

Reverend Raphael Warnock makes history as he becomes Georgia’s first black Senate! After a hard won battle for the seat over incumbent Kelly Loeffler, CNN called Elected-Senate Warnock the winner of the race as he stands with 46,000+ votes over Loeffler. An hour before, Warnock had already gave his winning speech over the election as he had only 25,000+ votes more, but when most of the counties that are being counted are Democratic you can do that.

With being the senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church since 2005, Warnock has built a strong relationship with the people of Atlanta, Georgia. Even with slanderous commercials being thrown at him by Loeffler, Warnock continued to show his love for the state, the people and the love for puppies. LOL! In Atlanta, Warnock followed the footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as he also went to Morehouse College where he earned B.A. in psychology.

Now Warnock narrows the Democratic lag behind Republicans has he takes a Senate seat. Right now it is looking like Jon Ossoff with also be with him, making Georgia Blue in almost 30 years.

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