Warnock Says Schumer’s Name Not on Ballot as Georgia Runoff Enters National Spotlight

Georgia’s upcoming runoff election in January is "about the people of Georgia” and not about regaining control of the Senate, Democratic candidate Raphael Warnock said on Sunday. During an appearance on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Warnock, who is aiming to unseat Georgia’s GOP senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue with Jon Ossoff in January, said that the race “is not about me” but about the people of Georgia. Warnock, 51, then added, "Chuck Schumer's name is certainly not on the ballot,” referring to last week's remarks from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) that Democrats would take Georgia and “change America.” "I will tell you what is on the ballot," he continued. "Health care is on the ballot—access to affordable health care. We have got 500,000 Georgians in the Medicaid gap. We have got 1.8 million Georgians with preexisting conditions.” He later said that he was hopeful that once Georgians “hear …Read More From Source

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