WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Tuesday, the MLB’s brightest stars from the American and National Leagues will square off in Denver during the All-Star Game. This comes with up to $100 million that will help Colorado’s economy – $100 Million that should be in Georgia if it weren’t for a boycott implicitly supported by Raphael Warnock.
To remind Georgia voters of this All-Star blunder by their Senator, the NRSC will air a television ad in Georgia during Monday’s Home Run Derby and Tuesday’s All-Star Game.
Watch the ad here.
Statement from NRSC Chairman Rick Scott: “The MLB All-Star Game will be bittersweet for baseball fans in Georgia as they watch a game played in a packed stadium in Denver instead of Atlanta, where it should be. Sadly, it was their very own Senator who helped run the All-Star Game and $100 million out of Atlanta. Even Stacey Abrams, after initially supporting boycott efforts, changed her tune and vocally opposed a boycott of Atlanta and its small businesses. But Raphael Warnock refused to condemn this boycott that hurt Georgia families. The NRSC is proud to remind voters in Georgia of the urgent need to replace Senator Warnock next November.”