While Rep. Buddy Carter (GA-1, R) is running TV advertisements about today’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game, Georgia Agriculture Commissioner and U.S. Senate Candidate Gary Black campaign has taken to releasing several versions of an online advertisement. A press release states that the ad it “aimed at the cost to Georgians of Stacey Abrams and Raphael Warnock’s dishonesty about Georgia’s new voting law.”
Transcript: “The All-Star Game should have been in Georgia. But that game got canceled. It’s in Colorado now, and you can thank liberals like Raphael Warnock and Stacey Abrams. They spread untruths about Georgia’s new election law, the one that makes it easier to cast a vote and harder to steal one.
Now, outfits like Major League Baseball are so woke they’re weak. I’m ready to fight back, because this is no game. It’s about Georgia jobs, the economy, and our future. I’m Gary Black, and I’m running for the U.S. Senate.”