Help Georgia Senator Rev. Raphael Warnock Win Re-election in 2022

Help Georgia Senator Rev. Raphael Warnock win re-election in 2022.

Remember Rev. Raphael Warnock? He and Jon Ossoff were all that OTYCD talked about between the November 2020 election and early January 2021, and that’s not an exaggeration. Almost every post we ran in that timeframe focused on helping the two win their Senate runoffs, and hooray! They both did.

But there’s a bit of a catch. Like his Democratic Senate colleague Mark Kelly of Arizona, Warnock succeeded in a special election that awarded him control of a Senate seat for two years. Warnock is due to run again in 2022.

The aftermath of the November 2020 elections made it clear that we were right to fear that democracy itself was on the line. Our votes preserved it, but our Congressional victories aren’t as robust as we need them to be.

If the Republicans win the House of Representatives in 2022, they won’t just shut down President Joe Biden’s agenda, they’ll try to impeach him. And if we lose just one Senate seat in 2022–just one!–the chamber falls into the reptilian clutches of Mitch McConnell again.

If you are from Georgia, please put Rev. Raphael Warnock in your Core Four Plus for 2022 now.

See our story on the Core Four Plus concept: https://onethingyoucando.com/2021/02/04/think-about-your-core-four-plus-four-dems-plus-a-voting-rights-org-to-support-in-2022/

If you aren’t from Georgia, but can afford to donate to Warnock’s campaign, please make a monthly commitment. If you can’t give monthly, aim to give quarterly in March, June, September, and December. Warnock’s ActBlue link is here:


If you can adopt Georgia as your Home State or Swing State under the Home State, Swing State, Red State strategy we at OYTCD have talked about, please do.

Also please see and bookmark the OTYCD Georgia Resources page, which includes several organizations that helped Warnock win in January 2021. They are readying to help him again come 2022.

If you can’t do any of those things for whatever reason, you can at minimum follow and boost Warnock on social media.

See Warnock’s official Senate webpage:


See Warnock’s campaign site, which includes volunteer and donation links:


Like Warnock on Facebook:


Follow Warnock on Twitter:


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