Washington, D.C., November 17, 2020 - Today, the Brady Campaign endorsed Reverend Raphael Warnock (GA) in his campaign for election to the United States Senate.
Brady Campaign President Kris Brown shared:
“Rev. Raphael Warnock has proven that he will be a courageous leader in the Senate, and a steadfast champion for public safety. From his passionate calls for federal gun safety legislation, like universal background checks, to his local efforts to reduce violence in Atlanta, Rev. Warnock has long fought to protect marginalized communities alongside the leaders and organizers in those communities. His work advocating for common-sense public safety measures, and his faith in a safer America, will make him a great senator from Georgia. Brady is proud to endorse Rev. Raphael Warnock for election to the U.S. Senate.”
Rev. Raphael Warnock shared:
“I am honored to have the endorsement of the Brady Campaign and look forward to working with Brady in the 117th Congress to pass common sense gun safety legislation."
Rev. Warnock’s election to the Senate could not be more consequential. For six years, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has played politics with the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans, preventing the passage of life-saving legislation that could have stopped countless acts of gun violence. Rev. Warnock understands that Georgians want a country free from violence. His voice is essential in that effort and his election would be crucial in ensuring a gun violence prevention majority in the U.S. Senate. Rev. Warnock would bring a new energy to this fight. Brady is proud to endorse Rev. Raphael Warnock.
Brady has one powerful mission — to unite all Americans against gun violence. We work across Congress, the courts, and our communities with over 90 grassroots chapters, bringing together young and old, red and blue, and every shade of color to find common ground in common sense. In the spirit of our namesakes Jim and Sarah Brady, we have fought for over 45 years to take action, not sides, and we will not stop until this epidemic ends. It’s in our hands.