A few years ago, I gave a little blood on that bridge in Selma. I was beaten and left bloody but I never gave up, I never gave in. As a community we must have that same spirit. We must continue to stand up for equality, for women’s rights, and for our environment. We must protect our seniors and educate our children. It is time for us to get in the way. It is time for us to start some good trouble, some necessary trouble.
There are people out there who want to take us back. To them I say we have come too far to turn back. There is still work to be done. We have marched together before and as your Congressman its time for us to march together again. Let us join our arms once more and form immoveable lines as we march for a better Georgia.
I am asking for your support. I am asking for your vote.
Keep the Faith,