Warnock supporters: Instead of telling Matt Lieberman to quit the race, volunteer (and get a yard sign this weekend)

  By Jonathan Grant @Bralmbleman Forget about Matt Lieberman. He ain’t gonna quit the race and even if he does, absentee ballots with his name are already going out. Let’s make it so it doesn’t matter what he does now. Democrats need to work together to elect Raphael Warnock and push him to the top.  Warnock already has twice Lieberman’s support in the polls, and most importantly, a bona fide progressive message. So let’s do this! Wanna help? Of course you do. So here are some ways to push forward.You can donate to the Warnock campaign. Just click here and pay! And here’s something very important: You can become a Warnock volunteer. The campaign’s greatest need is for people to phone bank.…

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In Georgia Senate Race, Raphael Warnock is up and Matt Lieberman is down

Above: Rev. Raphael Warnock returns to his Savannah roots in new television ad Warnock looks to break from pack with ad campaign By Jonathan Grant @Brambleman Progressives worrying about Georgia Senate candidate Raphael Warnock’s absence from the airwaves can relax. His first ad, “Grew Up,” went up today, and like his original announcement video, it highlights his humble beginnings in Savannah’s Kayton Homes and rise to prominence in the pulpit of Atlanta’s famed Ebenezer Baptist Church, where Dr. Marin Luther King Jr. and his father both served as pastors. Among Democrats in the crowded field to fill out the remainder of Johnny Isakson’s term, Warnock has a big fundraising advantages and has received endorsements from prominent Dems, including former gubernatorial candidate Stacey…

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In Georgia Senate race, Teresa Tomlinson is winning the endorsement battle bigly

Update: Is Jon Ossoff the front-runner in Georgia Senate race? (Originally Published March 10) By Jonathan Grant @Brambleman In the endorsement game, Raphael Warnock captured the biggest prize for Georgia Democrats early on, when Stacey Abrams immediately signaled her full support for his campaign to defeat Sen. Kelly Loeffler. There are, in all, twenty-one candidates in that Battle Royale. A runoff between the top two November vote-getters is a certainty, but with eight Democrats in the race, it’s possible that the top finisher from Team Blue won’t play on, even with Abrams’ support. Abrams—who’s being discussed as a VP candidate—will likely stay out of the state’s other Senate race, where seven Democrats are vying to unseat David Perdue. Only three of them…

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