Senator Reverend Warnock announced Thursday his new official U.S. Senate website to serve Georgians has gone live
The website offers a wide variety of resources to assist Georgians across the state and better connect them to Senator Warnock’s efforts in Washington to deliver for all Georgians
Washington, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock (D-GA) launched his new United States Senate website to serve as an online home for his official Senate office and help better connect Georgians with their federal government. Senator Warnock and his team worked diligently for months to curate unique branding and create a final website design that would meet the needs of families, students, veterans, educators, small business owners and more across the state, and provide transparency into the Senator’s work to serve all Georgians. The website design elements also feature photography and videography documenting Senator Warnock’s travels throughout Georgia and achievements since taking office.
“I am really proud of the work my team and I have accomplished for Georgia since I came to the Senate, and I am excited to launch my new website to better serve Georgians and connect them to their federal government,” said Senator Reverend Warnock. “I want to encourage folks to visit the new website, sign up for updates and share your thoughts on how I can continue working as your United States Senator to make our state an even better place to call home.”
The new website highlights Senator Warnock’s tireless efforts to deliver for Georgians, including a running tally of constituent letters responded to, constituent cases resolved and federal dollars secured for people and priorities across the state since the Senator first took office in January. The website redesign also provides Georgians easy access to Senator Reverend Warnock’s legislative accomplishments, including bills he’s sponsored and co-sponsored, as well as media highlights of Senator Warnock’s work for Georgia. Additionally, the new website design boasts a variety of resources to help Georgians get the most from their federal government—from veterans’ resources, to information on student internships, to assistance with grants and federal funding requests, and much more.