Reverend Raphael Warnock’s commitment to serving others led him from Kayton Homes in Savannah, to Morehouse College, to the pulpit of Ebenezer Baptist Church, and finally to the halls of the Senate, where he fights to improve the lives of all Georgians. Reverend Warnock is running for reelection to continue his work to lower costs for hardworking families, expand access to healthcare, create good-paying jobs, and stand up for Georgia veterans and service members.
I am a licensed insurance professional and the owner & principal broker of a small specialty lines insurance agency. For over two decades I have worked with Georgia families to secure the right insurance policies to protect and rebuild their lives. My experience as a professional insurance broker, wife, devoted mother of two courageous daughters, and business owner has prepared me to be a public servant. I am ready on day one to fight for all Georgians.
Democrat Alisha Thomas Searcy is an educational consultant, author, former superintendent, and former policy maker. At age 23, Searcy made history as the first African American to serve residents of Cobb County in the Georgia House of Representatives. Searcy coauthored the state’s Teacher and Leader Evaluation System, and authored the state intra-district transfer law. She is a graduate of Spelman College and a member of Alpha Kappa Sorority, Incorporated.
State Representative William “Will” Boddie, Jr. is an Atlanta native and an East Point resident. He is a proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc, a lifelong member of Antioch Baptist Church, North in Atlanta, and a graduate of the Mercer University-Walter F. George School of Law. Representative Boddie was elected to the Georgia House of Representatives in November 2016 and elected to serve as the second-ranking Democrat in the Georgia House in 2018.
Bee made history when she was elected as the first Asian American Democratic woman to the Georgia General Assembly in House District 89, the seat formerly held by Stacey Abrams. At the Georgia State Capitol, Bee is a leading advocate for voting rights, public education, and criminal justice reform.
Bee knows firsthand the importance of a free and fair democracy — and that’s why she’s proud to be your Democratic nominee for Secretary of State.
Originally from Dodge County, Jen Jordan is a State Senator who represents parts of Fulton and Cobb County. As an experienced attorney, she has spent her legal career representing families by holding the powerful accountable. Jen is running for AG to fight for Georgians who don’t have power, money, or status. She’ll work for all Georgians by building safe communities, defending voting rights, ensuring access to reproductive healthcare, protecting consumers & fighting for environmental justice.
Charlie Bailey is running so we can build One Georgia, where every person can live a better life with access to quality jobs, better schools, and affordable healthcare.
Charlie has a proven track record of fighting for Georgians. As a former Senior Assistant District Attorney of Fulton County his career has revolved around fighting for justice.
Now, he is taking this fight to the State Capitol where he will work to expand opportunity for every single Georgian.