Congressman John Lewis earned the endorsement of the AJC. This seems like a total no-brainer to me. Opposing Lewis for Congress is a little like opposing Santa for Christmas-they just go together. And yet, there are people who have managed to do both. Tucker, writing for the AJC, says, in part:
But a standout in those roiling partisan waters is John Lewis, a liberal Democrat whom even ultraconservative Republicans don't like to cross. Lewis may not be a living saint — though Time magazine described him that way back in 1986 — but he is hardworking, principled and conscientious. That's reason enough to send him back to Congress.
Absolutely! It is truly amazing that we have a national treasure serving Georgia in Congress, and we appreciate it so much that he has primary opposition. Truly amazing. Sphere: Related Content