U.S. Senator from Georgia.
Georgia, USA (he/him)
Joined on 11 March, 2012
Tonight the U.S. Senate passed my resolution honoring Congressman Lewis for his life's work.
Meanwhile Georgia's legislature is considering shameless and abhorrent voter suppression bills.
The struggle continues.
We must pass a new Voting Rights Act.
NEWS: Senator @ossoff just secured unanimous consent to pass his first piece of legislation, which honors his hero and mentor, the late Congressman John Lewis, for his towering achievements in the nonviolent struggle for civil rights. #GAPol
Thank you, Senator @ossoff.
Sen. @ossoff: “Sunday would've been Rep. John Lewis's 81st birthday ... He nearly lost his life in the struggle for voting rights. But as we speak, Georgia’s state Legislature is considering legislation that would make it harder for Georgians to vote.”
.@ossoff: “Sunday would've been John Lewis's 81st birthday. He committed his life and nearly lost his life in the struggle for voting rights. But as we speak Georgia’s legislature is considering legislation that would make it harder for Georgians to vote”
Ahead of the first anniversary of the death of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man pursued and killed while jogging, Senator @ossoff asks Merrick Garland what DOJ can do to support the accountability of prosecutors and law enforcement at the local level.
Judge Garland's response:
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