IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Georgia Democrats’ 2022 Statewide Coordinated Campaign Opens First Field Office with Reverend Warnock and Stacey Abrams

May 30, 2022

This past Saturday, the “Georgia Votes” Coordinated Campaign gathered in Sandy Springs to open its first field office of the cycle following its launch last week. Democratic Party of Georgia Chair Congresswoman Nikema Williams, Reverend Raphael Warnock, and Stacey Abrams, spoke to a large crowd of volunteers and voters before a ribbon cutting ceremony.

The Coordinated Campaign is Georgia Democrats’ unified statewide campaign to elect Democrats up and down the ballot in 2022. Serving as a central hub of Georgia’s political infrastructure, the Coordinated Campaign will be laser-focused on training and organizing Democrats to help get out of the vote and engage Georgians, especially communities of color, ahead of November. It will also include a robust voter protection team to strengthen efforts to combat voter suppression. 

View coverage of Democrats’ growing momentum as the general election heats up:

Georgia Dems Roll Out First Field Office

  • 11Alive anchor: The November general election is just about five months away, but today’s state Democrats rolled out the first field office dedicated to the fall campaign.
  • The site on Roswell Road in Sandy Springs is where Georgia Democrats are hoping it can serve as one of its bases of operation for getting their candidates elected this year.
  • Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock are among those who came out for this event. 
  • Congresswoman Nikema Williams, the chair of the Democratic Party of Georgia, Georgia hopes these kinds of sites can put them in position for wins come November.
  • Rep. Nikema Williams, DPG Chair: Georgia Democrat shocked the nation in 2020 and 2021. What we did together was nothing short of historic, and let me tell y’all – the eyes of the nation are fixed on Georgia to see if we can do it again.

FOX 5:
New Democratic Campaign Office Now Open

  • FOX 5 anchor: Democrats hope to up their ground game with a new [office] in North Fulton.
  • Rob Dirienzo, FOX 5: Both Senator Raphael Warnock and gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams are hoping this new office will give them a boost on the ground in North Fulton. Both Warnock and Abrams cut the ribbon for what Democrats are calling their coordinated campaign headquarters in Sandy Springs.
  • There are 164 days until the November 8 election, but with all eyes of the nation on both seats, every moment in this race will count. There was a record voter turnout for minority voters in the primaries, and that’s something that Abrams’ coalition wants to build on come November.
  • Stacey Abrams: We know that we can win this election, because we know who we are and we know what we believe. And it might also help that we’ve done it before and we’re going to do it again.
  • Reverend Raphael Warnock: I’m so very proud to be here today as we open our first office and get ready to knock doors. Are y’all ready?
  • Rob Dirienzo, FOX 5: Now Democrats are hoping this statewide coordinated campaign effort will get out their voters to the polls in similar numbers come November, after their big wins in the Senate runoff last year. 


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