Washington, DC—Heritage Action for America today announced the launch of three new digital ads in Georgia highlighting Raphael Warnock’s controversial past comments and actions ahead of the Jan. 5 runoff election.
“Georgians deserve to know the facts of Raphael Warnock’s extreme and divisive background,” said Jessica Anderson, Executive Director of Heritage Action. “Warnock is not the moderate he portrays himself to be. He has ties to socialists and extreme groups, and has attacked American evangelicals from the pulpit. He is a divisive figure with far-Left policies, and all Americans should stand up against this hate.”
The three ads began Thursday, December 3, targeting households around Atlanta in the counties of Cherokee, Paulding, Carroll, Forsyth, Hall, Bartow, Walton, Fayette, and Coweta. Heritage Action has committed to an initial investment of $350,000.
The ads are part of Heritage Action’s larger seven-figure effort to reach over 1.5 million voters in Georgia to educate about the policy issues at stake and register voters ahead of the Jan. 5 runoff. To date, Heritage Action has contacted over 400,000 Georgia households through door-knocking, calls, and peer-to-peer GOTV text messages. Over 1,000 grassroots volunteers are on the ground in Georgia leading the effort, alongside a team of 300 paid field staff.
“Heritage Action is committed to educating voters in Georgia,” continued Anderson. “Liberals in the Senate are prepared to kill the filibuster, rig the courts, and pass policies that would destroy Americans’ safety, security, and jobs. The stakes could not be higher in Georgia this January.”