Roger House, associate professor in American Studies, writes for The Hill that U.S. Senate candidate Rev. Raphael Warnock was not shown the same attention from the Democrat Party as other Black candidates this election cycle.
But Warnock advanced to a runoff election in January, and the Democratic Party is now embracing him.
On one hand, Warnock may have benefitted from flying under the radar. It allowed him to focus on building a political organization in the Black community and to avoid the stigma of the liberal agenda. On the other hand, he suffered from limited access to the capital and technical experts