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Herschel Walker on Principles & Values

 

 


Putting Georgia and Georgians first

Putting Georgia and Georgians first: Herschel loves Georgia and wants to give back to the state that has given him so much. Georgia's strong agriculture, tourism, film production, and manufacturing industries, along with the booming Savannah Port, have helped make Georgia the number one state for business. Herschel will fight every day in the Senate for policies that keep Georgia leading the way with job creation, lower taxes, and less government red tape.
Source: 2022 Georgia Senate campaign website TeamHerschel.com , Apr 20, 2022

With God's help will bring conservative value to Washington

As a Christian, a father, and a husband, Herschel knows that strong families are the bedrock of our country. Herschel's upbringing in rural Georgia instilled a personal faith in God, which he carries with him to this day. He prays every day for this country, and with God's help will bring those values with him to Washington. Herschel is a compassionate conservative who is pro-life and pro-family.
Source: 2022 Georgia Senate campaign website TeamHerschel.com , Apr 20, 2022

Qualified to run for Senate because I love America

Walker gave his first public speech since announcing his campaign at Donald Trump's rally in Perry, in central Georgia. The address lasted less than 10 minutes, with Walker leaning heavily on platitudes and nods to his biography. "People always ask me what qualifies me to run for this office," Walker said. "And you know what qualified me to run, is because I love America, and I'm going to fight for America."

At Saturday's rally in Perry, as Trump began to wrap up his lengthy remarks, he asked Walker to come back onstage one more time. With a few additional words, the former president's longtime friend made clear he is aligned with Trump. "I want to be a great leader like him when I get to that Senate seat," Walker said.

Source: CNN on 2022 Georgia Senate race , Sep 26, 2021

Born in Wrightsville; going to die a Jesus Christ death

[On residency]: "Someone was telling me that I'm not from Georgia," Walker said. Questions recently swirled recently due to the fact that the football legend has lived in the same house near Dallas, Texas, for the last 10 years and has declared it his "homestead" for tax purposes. "It's funny because I said guys, I was Wrightsville born and I was Georgia bred and I'm going to die a Jesus Christ death," Walker said.
Source: 11 Alive on 2022 Georgia Senate race , Sep 25, 2021

Love for anthem doesn't preclude caring for social justice

He argued that Trump's opposition to protests in sports did not lessen his commitment to social justice issues. "Just because someone loves and respects the flag, our National Anthem, and our country doesn't mean they don't care about social justice. I care about all of those things, and so does Donald Trump," Walker said. "He shows how much he cares about social justice and the Black community through his actions. And his actions speak louder than any stickers or slogans on a jersey."
Source: FOX Business on 2022 Georgia Senate race , Sep 25, 2021

If you don't like this country, you don't have to stay here

On the sports aspect of it, you know it is sad and I think it will continue to go down unless we can remove that political side out of sports. I think what we got to do is because we're the greatest country in the world and we do have the right to protest but I think it's a wrong place

If you don't like this country this country is so great that you don't have to stay here. This country's so great, you don't have to stay. But the thing is this is the United States of America, are we going to start now having everyone else national anthem come in and we're going to have to uphold that national anthem as well and forget about the United States of America national anthem.

Source: Sean Hannity on FOX News on 2022 Georgia Senate race , Jul 26, 2021

Endorsed Endorsed by Donald Trump/MAGA after presidency.

Walker is endorsed by Trump/MAGA endorsement list

Endorsements by Donald Trump, implying support of Trump's agenda and electoral style. The phrase "Make America Great Again" was popularized in Trump's 2015 book Time to Get Tough:Making America Great Again. It is the campaign slogan embroidered on the ubiquitous red caps seen at Trump rallies (which after Trump's presidency, became known as "MAGA rallies").

Source: Ballotpedia 2016-2022 endorsement list 2022-MAGA on Jan 1, 2022

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Derrick Grayson
Doug Collins
Ed Tarver
Jason Carter
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Jon Ossoff
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Raphael Warnock
Shane Hazel
Ted Terry
Teresa Tomlinson
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AK: Incumbent Lisa Murkowski(R)
vs.Challenger Kelly Tshibaka(R)
vs.2020 candidate Al Gross(D)
vs.State Sen. Elvi Gray-Jackson(D)
AL: Incumbent Richard Shelby(R) vs.U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks(R) vs.Ambassador Lynda Blanchard(R) vs.Katie Britt(R) vs.Judge Jessica Taylor(R) vs.Brandaun Dean(D) vs.Mike Durant(R) vs.State Rep. John Merrill(R)
vs.Will Boyd(D)
AR: Incumbent John Boozman(R)
vs.Candidate Dan Whitfield(D)
vs.Jake Bequette(R)
vs.Natalie James(D)
AZ: Incumbent Mark Kelly(D)
vs.CEO Jim Lamon(R) vs.Blake Masters(R)
vs.A.G. Mark Brnovich(R) vs.Mick McGuire(R)
vs.State Rep. Justin Olson(R)
CA: Incumbent Alex Padilla(D)
vs.2018 Senate candidate James Bradley(R)
vs.Lily Zhou(R)
vs.State Rep. Jerome Horton(D)
vs.Mark Meuser(R)
CO: Incumbent Michael Bennet(D)
vs.Eli Bremer(R)
vs.USAF Lt. Darryl Glenn(R)
vs.State Rep. Ron Hanks(R)
vs.Joe O`Dea(R)
CT: Incumbent Richard Blumenthal(D)
vs.Leora Levy(R)
vs.Challenger Joe Visconti(R)
vs.2018 & 2020 House candidate John Flynn(R)
vs.State Rep. Themis Klarides(R)
FL: Incumbent Marco Rubio(R)
vs.U.S.Rep. Val Demings(D)
vs.U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson(D)
GA: Incumbent Raphael Warnock(D)
vs.Navy vet Latham Saddler(R)
vs.Gary Black(R)
vs.Herschel Walker(R)
HI: Incumbent Brian Schatz(D)
vs.Bob McDermott(R)
IA: Incumbent Chuck Grassley(R)
vs.State Sen. Jim Carlin(R)
vs.Michael Franken(D)
vs.Bob Krause(D)
vs.Former U.S. Rep IA-1 Abby Finkenauer(D)
ID: Incumbent Mike Crapo(R)
vs.David Roth(D)
vs.James Vandermaas(D)
vs.Natalie Fleming(R)
IL: Incumbent Tammy Duckworth(D)
vs.Peggy Hubbard(R)
vs.Kathy Salvi(R)
IN: Incumbent Todd Young(R)
vs.Challenger Haneefah Abdul-Khaaliq(D)
vs.Psychologist Valerie McCray(D)
vs.Thomas McDermott(D)
KS: Incumbent Jerry Moran(R)
vs.Michael Soetaert(D)
vs.Mark Holland(D)
vs.Joan Farr(R)
KY: Incumbent Rand Paul(R)
vs.State Rep Charles Booker(D)
LA: Incumbent John Kennedy(R)
vs.Luke Mixon(D)
vs.Gary Chambers(D)

MD: Incumbent Chris Van Hollen(D)
vs.Chris Chaffee(R)
vs.Colin Byrd(D)
MO: Incumbent Roy Blunt(R)
vs.Trudy Busch Valentine(D)
vs.Eric Greitens(R) vs.Scott Sifton(D)
vs.Eric Schmitt(R) vs.Lucas Kunce(D)
vs.Mark McClosky(R) vs.Vicky Hartzler(R)
vs.Tim Shepard(D) vs.Billy Long(R) vs.State Sen. Dave Schatz(R)
NC: Incumbent Richard Burr(R,retiring)
Erica Smith(D) vs.Mark Walker(R)
vs.Ted Budd(R) vs.Pat McCrory(R)
vs.Cheri Beasley(D) vs.Rett Newton(D)
vs.Jeff Jackson(D) vs.Marjorie K. Eastman(R)
ND: Incumbent John Hoeven(R)
vs.Katrina Christiansen(D)
vs.Michael J. Steele(D)
vs.State Rep. Rick Becker(R)
NH: Incumbent Maggie Hassan(D)
vs.Don Bolduc(R)
vs.State Rep. Chuck Morse(R)
NV: Incumbent Catherine Cortez Masto(D)
vs.Adam Laxalt(R)
NY: Incumbent Chuck Schumer(D)
vs.Antoine Tucker(R)
vs.Joe Pinion(R)
OH: Incumbent Rob Portman(R,retiring)
Bernie Moreno(R,withdrew) vs.Tim Ryan(D)
vs.Jane Timken(R) vs.Josh Mandel(R)
vs.JD Vance(R) vs.Mike Gibbons(R)
vs.Morgan Harper(D) vs.Matt Dolan(R)
OK-6: Incumbent James Lankford(R)
vs.Joan Farr(R)
vs.Madison Horn(D)
OK-4: James Inhofe(R,resigning)
Luke Holland(R)
vs.Nathan Dahm(R) vs.Rep. Markwayne Mullin(R) vs.Speaker T.W. Shannon(R) vs.State Sen.Scott Pruitt(R) vs.Rep.Kendra Horn(D)
OR: Incumbent Ron Wyden(D)
vs.QAnon adherent Jo Rae Perkins(R)
vs.Jason Beebe(R)
PA: Incumbent Pat Toomey(R,retiring)
vs.Everett Stern(R) vs.Jeff Bartos(R)
vs.Val Arkoosh(D) vs.Carla Sands(R)
vs.John Fetterman(D) vs.Malcolm Kenyatta(D)
vs.Kathy Barnette(R) vs.Sharif Street(D)
vs.Conor Lamb(D) vs.Sean Parnell(R)
vs.Craig Snyder(R) vs.Mehmet Oz(R) vs.David McCormick(R)
SC: Incumbent Tim Scott(R)
vs.State Rep. Krystle Matthews(D)
SD: Incumbent John Thune(R)
vs.Veteran Brian Bengs(D)
UT: Incumbent Mike Lee(R) vs.Allen Glines(D)
vs.Austin Searle(D) vs.Evan McMullin(I)
VT: Incumbent Patrick Leahy(D)
vs.Gerald Malloy(R)
vs.Peter Welch(D)
WA: Incumbent Patty Murray(D)
vs.Challenger Tiffany Smiley(R)
WI: Incumbent Ron Johnson(R) vs.Tom Nelson(D)
vs.Sarah Godlewski(D) vs.Alex Lasry(D)
vs.Chris Larson(D) vs.Mandela Barnes(D)
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