How old is Raphael Warnock?
Raphael Warnock is 54 years old.
What is Raphael Warnock Net Worth?
Raphael Warnock's net worth is $1 Million.
What is Raphael Warnock Birthday?
Raphael Warnock's birthday is 23/07/1969.
What is Raphael Warnock Zodiac Sign?
Raphael Warnock's zodiac sign is Cancer.
What is Raphael Warnock's Real Birth Name?
Raphael Warnock's real birth name is Raphael Gamaliel Warnock.
Where is Raphael Warnock's Birthplace?
Raphael Warnock's birthplace is Savannah, Georgia, U.S.
How Tall is Raphael Warnock?
Raphael Warnock height is 5'8''.
What is Raphael Warnock Nationality?
Raphael Warnock nationality is United States.
What are Raphael Warnock's Professions?
Raphael Warnock's professions are Baptist pastor, Politician.
Who is Raphael Warnock's Spouse(s)?
Oulèye Ndoye (m. 2016; div. 2020)
Who is Raphael Warnock?
Raphael Warnock is an American Baptist pastor and politician serving as the junior United States senator from Georgia since 2021. A member of the Democratic Party, he assumed office on January 20, 2021.
Since 2005, Warnock has been the senior pastor of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church. He was the senior pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church until 2005. Warnock came to prominence in Georgia politics as a leading activist in the campaign to expand Medicaid in the state under the Affordable Care Act.
On January 30, 2020, Warnock announced his candidacy in Georgia’s 2020 United States Senate special election, seeking to unseat incumbent Republican Kelly Loeffler. No candidate received a majority of the vote on election day, so Warnock faced Loeffler again in a January 5, 2021, runoff election, which he won by more than 93,000 votes. With his and Jon Ossoff’s victories, the Democratic Party won control of the Senate for the first time since 2014.
Warnock and Ossoff are the first Democrats elected to the U.S. Senate from Georgia since Zell Miller in 2000. Warnock is the first African American to represent Georgia in the Senate, the first Black Democratic U.S. senator elected in the South, and the first Black Democrat to be elected to the Senate by a former state of the Confederacy. He won reelection in 2022, defeating Republican Herschel Walker in another runoff election.