Warnock: "Just because people endured long lines … the rain and the cold and all kind of tricks in order to vote, it doesn't mean that voter suppression doesn't exist. It simply means that you the people have decided your voices will not be silenced." pic.twitter.com/KdNyIc3Ozc
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) December 7, 2022
Just called @SenatorWarnock to congratulate him on his win.
Tonight Georgia voters stood up for our democracy, rejected Ultra MAGAism, and most importantly: sent a good man back to the Senate. Here’s to six more years. pic.twitter.com/ibx5aprVs3
— President Biden (@POTUS) December 7, 2022
Georgia voters said they wanted a Senator who would fight for them—and made it a reality when they reelected @ReverendWarnock to the U.S. Senate. Congratulations, my friend. pic.twitter.com/uFKbyInyJL
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) December 7, 2022
— Sherrilyn Ifill (@SIfill_) December 7, 2022
Thread (from a fellow campaign organizer):
This is @quentinfulks – campaign manager for @ReverendWarnock. The guy who just won arguably the most difficult campaign of the cycle. He thread an incredibly tiny needle to win. Q deserves all the accolades coming his way tonight. All of them. pic.twitter.com/j5V70vFrjL
— Anne Caprara (@anacaprana) December 7, 2022
Big ups to everyone in Georgia who was willing to be a Democrat in a place where it wasn't easy to be a Democrat.
— ?? Simply Loving To Permanently Be Online ?? (@BobbyBigWheel) December 7, 2022
Herschel Walker was meant to be white conservatives’ trophy. A Black caricature, and a cruel example of what they could accomplish in a state they’ve rigged with voter suppression. Shame on them.
Congrats to Sen. Warnock. Congrats to all of us. https://t.co/FCZjN7e56S
— Ja'han Jones (@_Jahan) December 7, 2022
Not since Franklin Delano Roosevelt in 1934 has a Democratic president in his first midterm election seen every sitting Democratic senator re-elected. Raphael Warnock’s win in Georgia tonight is historic for Senator Warnock — and for President Biden.
— John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) December 7, 2022
Area NYT people have not met any Republican primary voters. https://t.co/oKwKDnMfIb
— Dana Houle (@DanaHoule) December 7, 2022
Metro Atlanta poses a huge problem for Republicans in 2024 and beyond.
These counties keep getting bluer every election. And given that much of the shift is because of population growth and diversification, it may end up being quite durable.https://t.co/g9WLXBFWgg
— Ryan Matsumoto (@ryanmatsumoto1) December 7, 2022
"The defeat of Walker…culminated a disastrous year for Donald Trump, who set himself up as a Republican kingmaker only to watch his Senate candidates in NV, AZ, PA and now GA — as well as his picks for governor in AZ, MI and GA — go on to defeat" https://t.co/HNVXjnXsZg
— Trip Gabriel (@tripgabriel) December 7, 2022