BUENA VISTA, Ga. (WTVM) - As Georgia’s two U.S. Senate races that could determine the balance of power continue to heat up, Democrat challenger Reverend Raphael Warnock is making several stops in central Georgia.
One of those stops was a meet and greet in small-town Buena Vista yesterday.
Warnock, who will face incumbent Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler in the January 5 runoff, spoke at the Courthouse square about keeping healthcare at the forefront of his campaign.
Warnock also told voters that his whole life has been about service.
“We have been in the midst of this COVID-19 challenge. We haven’t seen relief for ordinary people for months and it’s time that people in Georgia in towns like this have somebody representing their interests in Washington, D.C.,” said Warnock.
Warnock says he is very concerned about rural Georgia.
He says they can provide broadband for rural counties, strengthen farmers and put small businesses at the front of the line, if elected.