Warnock - runoff dates

Georgia voters know this runoff election is about who is able to best represent our state in the U.S. Senate, and that is clearly Reverend Raphael Warnock. He has the competence and character to serve Georgians, as he’s done in the Senate and throughout his ministry, and knows how to win in a runoff.

  • Through a lifetime of service in his ministry and now as Senator, Reverend Warnock has shown he has both the competence and character to represent Georgia.
  • As the 18th most bipartisan Senator, Reverend Warnock successfully negotiated investments for Georgia businesses to grow jobs in the state and end our reliance on foreign countries like China; capped the cost of insulin for seniors to $35 a month; and took on the shipping companies and big corporations making record prices while increasing costs for Georgians.
  • That record builds on his work to improve people’s lives: fighting to expand access to affordable health care, pushing to reduce the cost of prescription drugs, working to bring people together and find solutions, and standing up to anyone to do what is right.
On Tuesday, December 6, voting will be at your assigned precinct, NOT at the Early Voting location.
  • Find your assigned precinct here: https://mvp.sos.ga.gov/s/. Enter your personal information. Then press "SUBMIT."
  • Once you press "SUBMIT," you'll go to the "My Information" page. In the menu at the top, choose "My Voting Location," and you'll see the "Precinct Polling Location" for you.
There is a very limited window for absentee voting, so anyone who is physically able to vote in person should plan to do so. But if absentee voting is the only way you can cast your ballot, you should plan to return your absentee ballot in person.
  • We are encouraging everyone, if they are able, to return their absentee ballot in person at your county elections office during business hours anytime before 7:00pm on Election Day. Detailed instructions for returning your absentee ballot can be found on Georgia Democrats’ website here.
    • The drop box for Pickens County absentee ballots is at Pickens County Office of Elections and Registration, 3100 Camp Road, Suite B, Jasper, GA 30143.
    • If you are not able to return our absentee ballot in person and you must mail it in, you should have mailed it as soon as you received it. All absentee ballots must be RECEIVED by 7:00pm on Tuesday, December 6.

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Here’s a look at what the historic Inflation Reduction Act will achieve:

  • Finally allowing Medicare to negotiate lower prescription drug prices
  • Placing a cap on seniors’ out-of-pocket prescription drug costs and on Insulin costs
  • Lowering health insurance premiums for 13 million people who get insurance through Affordable Care Act exchanges
  • Increasing the production of clean energy to combat the climate crisis
  • Lowering home energy costs for working families and seniors
  • Strengthening tax enforcement by the IRS to crack down on wealthy and corporate tax cheats
  • Requiring billion-dollar corporations to pay at least a 15% federal income tax, so they no longer get away with paying a lower tax rate than nurses, firefighters, and teachers
  • Accomplishing all of this while not raising taxes on anyone earning less than $400,000 a year or on small businesses
This law is fully paid for and even reduces the federal deficit by about $300 billion. Thanks to your hard work demanding that Congress finally start unrigging our tax code, great progress has been made.



Meetings and Events

Dates in this color are from the Georgia Secretary of State's 2022 election calendar.

Dates in a box are activities of the Pickens County Democratic Committee.

 
 

Tuesday, December 6, 2022 - Georgia General Election Runoff (voting only at assigned precincts)

Tuesday, January 17, 2023, 7:00 p.m. - Pickens County Democratic Committee monthly meeting.

Tuesday, February 21, 2023, 6:00 p.m. - Pickens County Democratic Committee. Social gathering instead of a business meeting. Location TBA.

Tuesday, March 21, 2023, 7:00 p.m. - Pickens County Democratic Committee monthly meeting.

Tuesday, April 18, 2023, 6:00 p.m. - Pickens County Democratic Committee. Social gathering instead of a business meeting. Location TBA.

Tuesday, May 16, 2023, 7:00 p.m. - Pickens County Democratic Committee monthly meeting.

Tuesday, June 20, 2023, 6:00 p.m. - Pickens County Democratic Committee. Social gathering instead of a business meeting. Location TBA.