Vote for Warnock for U.S. Senator.

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Why Rev. Raphael Warnock is the Pro-Labor Candidate


On Good Union Jobs: 

  • Warnock supports the No Tax Breaks for Outsourcing Act (S. 780/H.R.1711) and the U.S. Call Center Worker & Consumer Protection Act (H.R. 3219) to force companies like AT&T, Wells Fargo, and CenturyLink to pay their fair share in taxes and stop them from sending more of our jobs overseas.

 

On Workers’ Rights:

  • Warnock supports the PRO Act,, landmark legislation that will strengthen the rights of workers to join together in unions and collectively bargain with their employers, and oppose any efforts to weaken or remove protections for workers’ right to organize and collectively bargain.
  • Warnock supports the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act, legislation designed to ensure that public employees of state, territorial, and local governments have the right to join a union and collectively bargain for better wages, benefits, and working conditions.
  • Warnock has committed to walking the picket line with workers and using his office to speak out publicly and write letters to employers and workers in support of workers' efforts in forming a union.

 

On Covid-19 Relief for Workers and Our Communities

  • Warnock pledges to listen “to the experts to take steps to get the coronavirus under control, including supporting robust testing, contact tracing, and basic preventive safety like the use of face masks.”

 

On Healthcare & Prescription Drugs

  • Warnock will fight to strengthen and extend coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), expand Medicaid in Georgia, and create a public health insurance option.

  • As a pastor, Warnock staged a sit-in in Governor Nathan Deal’s office in an effort to get the state to expand Medicaid under the ACA.

  • Warnock supports allowing Medicare to negotiate for lower prescription drug costs.

 


 

Warnock vs. Loeffler
 

Good Union Jobs

Reverend Raphael Warnock:

Warnock supports the No Tax Breaks for Outsourcing Act (S. 780/H.R.1711) and the U.S. Call Center Worker & Consumer Protection Act (H.R. 3219) to force companies like AT&T, Wells Fargo, and CenturyLink to pay their fair share in taxes and stop them from sending more of our jobs overseas.

Kelly Loeffler:

Loeffler will not commit to support the No Tax Breaks for Outsourcing Act (S. 780/H.R.1711) and the U.S. Call Center Worker & Consumer Protection Act (H.R. 3219).  

Loeffler will not commit to support the “Protecting Collective Bargaining Agreements Under One-Touch Make-Ready Act” (S.3804).
 

Workers' Rights

Reverend Raphael Warnock:

Warnock supports the PRO Act, landmark legislation that will strengthen the rights of workers to join together in unions and collectively bargain with their employers, and oppose any efforts to weaken or remove protections for workers’ right to organize and collectively bargain.

Warnock supports the Public Service Freedom to Negotiate Act, legislation designed to ensure that public employees of state, territorial, and local governments have the right to join a union and collectively bargain for better wages, benefits, and working conditions.

Warnock has committed to walking the picket line with workers and using his office to speak out publicly and write letters to employers and workers in support of workers' efforts in forming a union.

Kelly Loeffler:

Loeffler is standing with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and will not commit to support CWA’s number one legislative priority, the PRO Act, even after thousands of calls and emails to her office from union members.

Covid-19 Relief for Workers & Communities

Reverend Raphael Warnock:

Warnock pledges to listen “to the experts to take steps to get the coronavirus under control, including supporting robust testing, contact tracing, and basic preventive safety like the use of face masks.”

Kelly Loeffler:

Loeffler voted against expanding paid sick leave to millions of Americans left out of the first coronavirus relief package and has not supported the HEROES Act, which would provide paid leave for all workers, and state and local government relief.

Loeffler’s most recent financial disclosures "show that millions of dollars in stocks were sold on her behalf at the same time Congress was dealing with the impact of the coronavirus." After receiving briefings on the pandemic, she "invested in a company that makes COVID-19 protective garments" and purchased "between $100,000 and $250,000 in Citrix, a technology company that offers teleworking software and which has seen a small bump in its stock price since Loeffler bought in as a result of coronavirus-induced market turmoil."

Loeffler has cosponsored the SAFE to Work Act, which is a corporate giveaway that makes it harder to hold corporations and businesses liable if they endanger the health and safety of their workers and customers by not taking proper precautions to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus.

Expand Healthcare & Lower Prescription Drug Prices

Reverend Raphael Warnock:

Warnock will fight to strengthen and extend coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), expand Medicaid in Georgia, and create a public health insurance option.

As a pastor, Warnock staged a sit-in in Governor Nathan Deal’s office in an effort to get the state to expand Medicaid under the ACA. 

Warnock supports allowing Medicare to negotiate for lower prescription drug costs.

Kelly Loeffler:

Loeffler has voted to confirm Judge Justin Walker to the DC Circuit Court, despite his history of attacks on the ACA. 

Money in Politics

Reverend Raphael Warnock:

Warnock will fight to protect "the sanctity of voting by restoring and strengthening the Voting Rights Act/John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act."

Warnock has committed to not take corporate PAC money and supports getting money out of politics.

Kelly Loeffler:

Loeffler has not supported H.R. 1, the For the People Act, which would: require secret money organizations that fund elections to disclose their donors and upgrade online political spending transparency rules to ensure voters know who is paying for the advertisements they see.

Loeffler plans to self-fund her campaign, putting in $5 million during the first quarter, bringing the total she’s loaned her campaign so far to $10 million, and planning to loan herself a total of $20 million of her own money.

 


 

Time to Say Goodbye to Loeffler and McConnell

Loeffler has received half a million dollars in campaign contributions from the finance, real estate, and insurance industries for her 2020 race. Her record clearly shows which side she is on. Loeffler has failed Georgia working families on issues that matter to us.

Failed Us on Good Union Jobs: 

  • Loeffler will not commit to support the No Tax Breaks for Outsourcing Act (S. 780/H.R.1711) and the U.S. Call Center Worker & Consumer Protection Act (H.R. 3219).

  • Loeffler will not commit to support the “Protecting Collective Bargaining Agreements Under One-Touch Make-Ready Act” (S.3804).

Failed Us on Workers’ Rights:

  • Loeffler is standing with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and will not commit to support CWA’s number one legislative priority, the PRO Act, even after thousands of calls and emails to her office from union members.

 

Failed Us on Covid-19 Relief for Workers and Our Communities:

  • Loeffler voted against expanding paid sick leave to millions of Americans left out of the first coronavirus relief package and has not supported the HEROES Act , which would provide paid leave for all workers, and state and local government relief.

  • Loeffler’s most recent financial disclosures “show that millions of dollars in stocks were sold on her behalf at the same time Congress was dealing with the impact of the coronavirus.” After receiving briefings on the pandemic, she “invested in a company that makes COVID-19 protective garments” and purchased “between $100,000 and $250,000 in Citrix, a technology company that offers teleworking software and which has seen a small bump in its stock price since Loeffler bought in as a result of coronavirus-induced market turmoil.”

  • Loeffler has cosponsored the SAFE to Work Act, which is a corporate giveaway that makes it harder to hold corporations and businesses liable if they endanger the health and safety of their workers and customers by not taking proper precautions to reduce the risk of spreading the Coronavirus.

Failed Us on Healthcare & Prescription Drugs

 

  • Loeffler has not supported H.R. 1, the For the People Act, which would: require secret money organizations that fund elections to disclose their donors and upgrade online political spending transparency rules to ensure voters know who is paying for the advertisements they see.
  • Loeffler plans to self-fund her campaign, putting in $5 million during the first quarter, bringing the total she’s loaned her campaign so far to $10 million,, and planning to loan herself a total of $20 million of her own money.