Two years after contributing to Joe Biden’s victory, the traditionally Republican state is once again at the center of political greed.
Alexis Buisson – special correspondent in Atlanta
“I need to know that I can count on you.” In front of the crowd of excited students who came to listen to him on the campus of Georgia State University (GSU), Monday, in the heart of Atlanta, Raphael Warnock takes on the animated voice of the pastor that he is.
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