Here's News Coverage Of Al's Leadership for the Communities of Georgia in 2022:
Problems Continue Over Fulton Co. Redistricting Map Process
Al's Commitment To Georgians Remains The Same
Learn more about Al through his 2020 public communications below -- Stay tuned here for 2022 news as it happens!
You Can View Al's 2020 Georgia U.S. Senate Media Content Here...
Learn more about the nonpartisan/bi-partisan work Al has been doing for us in Georgia.
AL in the News
You can read alot of media coverage about Al by just Googling "Al Bartell", "Al Bartell Senate" or "Al Bartell Governor" -- the content goes all the way back to 2002! The Marietta Daily Journal had reported a poll in 2020 that had Al with a potential 5% of the popular vote, demonstrating the possibility of Al's impact in a projected run-off in the Special Election.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution's BIll Torpy also quoted Al in a Torpy-At-Large commentary about the Atlanta shootings surge during 2020.
We'll be bringing you the latest news here as it unfolds in 2022.
Keeping Up With AL News List
2020 was a busy year of communicating for Al. To help voters find communications about him more easily, we started this list:
The Black U.S. Senate Candidate Standing In Georgia's 2020 Destiny: Al Bartell
Bartell To Read Emancipation Proclamation In Georgia's 159 Counties To Celebrate 159 Years, "Make America Love Again"
Bartell Responds To Campaign Media Inquiries For Reaction To Gov. Kemp's Business Re-Opening Announcement
Keeping Up With AL (continued)
Bartell Announces Stimulus Recovery Initiative, Makes Plans To Report From D.C. For Georgians, The Nation
GA U.S. Senate Candidate Bartell Issues Public Statement On Justice: Vengeance In Recent Tragedies
GA U.S. Senate Candidate Bartell, Advocacy America Bring Collaborative Public Policy To Police Brutality Senate Judiciary Hearing
"The Dark Horse"
"The Dark Horse"
In this hour-long interview by S.A. Grant, Al talks about his candidacy in the 2020 U.S. Senate Special Election in Georgia, small business, race, the future of Georgia, and the under 40 to senior generation phenomenon.
"....So we[the South] were snatched out of the Agricultural Age and slammed into the Communications Age." -- Al Bartell