"There's Never Been Anybody Like Him" — Join Jews for Warnock!

"There's Never Been Anybody Like Him" — Join Jews for Warnock!

September 20, 2022

A headshot of Sen. Raphael Warnock holding a mic, displayed over a blue map of Georgia. Next to him is a Politico headline that reads "There's never been anybody like him in the United States Senate." Below the headline is a red Sign Up button.

Join Jews and allies to phonebank for Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock this Thursday, 9/22 and next Thursday, 9/29.

Bend the Arc is bringing the power of our community to this year’s crucial Senate races. First up: two phonebanks for Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock with the New Georgia Project!

Sen. Rev. Raphael Warnock is a man of faith and action who has made his life’s work a response to systemic racism, including leading the congregation at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s church in Atlanta.1

His opponent, Herschel Walker, is a former football player with no political experience. He’s been endorsed by Donald Trump, Ted Cruz, Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham, and Josh Hawley — all of whom have attacked marginalized and working-class communities and the very foundations of our democracy to gain power.

The choice is clear. Help elect the leaders we need now by phonebanking for Sen. Warnock:


☎️ Phonebank: Thursday, September 22 at 5:15pm ET / 2:15pm PT

☎️ Phonebank: Thursday, September 29 at 5:15pm ET / 2:15pm PT

You’ll find more dates on the calendar here.

Election Day is less than 50 days away, and we’ve made it easy to help out! Every conversation with a voter increases our chance to grow Democratic power in the Senate and win on critical issues like healthcare, economic and racial justice, immigration, and more.

See you on the phones!

The Bend the Arc team

PS: We’ll have a Jewish kavannah (intention setting) at the beginning of each phonebank, plus training for how to talk to voters.


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1. Politico, "There’s Never Been Anybody Like Him in the United States Senate." August 8, 2022.