Vice President-elect Kamala Harris campaigned on Monday in Columbus, Ga., for Democratic Senate candidates Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Raphael Warnock.
KAMALA HARRIS: And you know, I'm not here to tell you what's in your best interest. But I am here to say that the decision you make, the work you put into it will impact people who you may never meet, people who may never know your names. But because of what you have done and are prepared to do, their lives will forever be better.
When we look at this slogan-- that's about health, it's about jobs, it's about justice. That represents some of the most important voices in America that must be heard-- cannot be overlooked. Raphael and Jon will do that. They will do that. This will not be easy.
And it is within our power to change the course of the history of this country. Changing the balance in the United States Senate, which is what this election will do, will make all the difference about everything that they have talked to you about on this very stage this afternoon-- as it relates to Medicare, and Medicaid, and expansion here in Georgia, and it would expand coverage for over 500,000 people-- half a million people-- depending on the outcome of this election.