Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock

Pastor. Advocate. Savannah born & raised. @Morehouse alum. Senator from Georgia.

Georgia
Joined on January 26, 2020
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @ReverendWarnock and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
15 hours
Average replies
432
Average retweets
2619
Average likes
24342
Tweets with photos
22 / 100
Tweets with videos
11 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

81. in country United States and category Politics

152. in country United States and category Society

539. in category Politics

861. in category Society

Communities across Georgia are in need of relief, and that’s what I’m focused on in Washington. https://t.co/uMuVJ7iifl

While our political disagreements are real, moments like this remind us that the ties that bind us together are far more consequential than what divides us. https://t.co/6AFjbj4tBG

We’re already seeing efforts to reassert Georgia’s place as ground zero for voter suppression because politicians are afraid change is coming. https://t.co/UtYokhiwQM

TEAM: You have all been super generous and supportive in helping to take back the Senate, and it worked! So, this bit awkward but I gotta ask. I’m up for re-election and I want to keep fighting for climate action and justice. Can you help? Thank you again. https://t.co/UJshEeWgDi

We have to stand up now for all the people of Georgia and build the kind of multiracial coalition needed to ensure people have access to health care, that we get real COVID-19 relief, and that we stand up for the dignity of work.

Georgians need COVID-19 relief now.

I see my service in the Senate as a continuation of my life’s work. The last time I was in the Capitol, I was arrested in an act of civil disobedience fighting for health care. Now I return as a policy maker, still fighting for health care. https://t.co/1llrHrYzMs

It’s been 48 years since Roe v. Wade, and we’re still fighting to protect a woman’s right to choose. As a pro-choice pastor, and now Senator, I’ll work to prioritize reproductive justice in Congress.

After this historic week, where we saw America’s first Black, woman Vice President swear in Georgia’s first Black Senator, Georgia’s first Jewish Senator and California’s first Latino Senator, I am filled with hope.

We’re *officially* live at @SenatorWarnock! Follow for all the latest news and updates from our Senate office.

Flight #755 has taken off to the skies, his impact is etched into eternity.

As a proud Georgian & American, I celebrate the life and mourn the passing of Hank Aaron - a sports icon who broke records on the field, while also breaking barriers in the field of civil rights and human relations.

As I'm sworn in today, know that I will be a senator for all Georgians. Whether or not you voted for me, I'll carry your hopes and concerns to Washington. https://t.co/t0yxodr9ll

As I'm sworn in today, know that I will be a senator for all Georgians. Whether or not you voted for me, I'll carry your hopes and concerns to Washington. https://t.co/t0yxodr9ll

It's a new day, full of possibility. But we've got work to do together. https://t.co/XnYXnERf5d

It's a new day, full of possibility. But we've got work to do together. https://t.co/XnYXnERf5d

My dad always told me to, "get up, put your shoes on, get ready."
 
I'm ready to put the Senate back to work for the American people. https://t.co/5wWSmxxYd8

My dad always told me to, "get up, put your shoes on, get ready." I'm ready to put the Senate back to work for the American people. https://t.co/5wWSmxxYd8

.@ossoff trying to explain how he gets to be the senior senator from Georgia. https://t.co/GxRwG9oLFh

.@ossoff trying to explain how he gets to be the senior senator from Georgia. https://t.co/GxRwG9oLFh

As we remember and celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today, let us recommit ourselves to continuing his life's work. "We are caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tied in a single garment of destiny.” Only together can we build the beloved community.

I received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. It's important that we trust science and listen to experts, continue to social distance, and wear a mask. I pray that as we take these steps, we can fight this pandemic, ease the burden on our essential workers, and recover. https://t.co/sJPmUChxp1

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