US Senate, GA

Raphael Warnock


  • Introduced the Solar Energy Manufacturing for America Act to rapidly boost American solar manufacturing and accelerate the transition to clean energy
  • Activist who has preached about environmental injustice
  • Earned a 99% lifetime score on LCV’s National Environmental Scorecard


  • Warnock won this competitive race - and runoffs - in both 2020 and again in 2022, both times by extremely narrow margins
  • Warnock has been an incredible democracy and climate voice in the Senate pushing for free and fair elections and environmental justice 
  • Contributing to this race now will help Warnock build his campaign warchest early, which will undoubtedly be another competitive race in 2028


Raphael Warnock is currently running for his second full term representing Georgia in the U.S. Senate. Reverend Warnock grew up in public housing in Savannah, Georgia, the eleventh of twelve children. He went on to graduate from Morehouse College and has received two masters degrees and a doctorate degree from Union Theological Seminary of Columbia University. In 2005, he became the fifth person to serve as senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former congregation of Martin Luther King, Jr. In March 2019, he hosted an interfaith meeting on climate change at Ebenezer Baptist with former Vice President Al Gore and Reverend William Barber II. He also started Project Green: Sustainable Ebenezer to get congregants involved with environmental projects, and has preached about environmental justice, working to not only get environmentalists to better understand the links between pollution, race and poverty, but to also get his congregants to see themselves as environmentalists. Senator Warnock has earned an outstanding 99% lifetime score on LCV’s National Environmental Scorecard.

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