Dr. Branko Radulovacki looks forward to an ‘important and substantive’ debate
Special to the Journal
Georgia – The first Democratic candidate for US Senate in the state of Georgia, Dr. Branko Radulovacki, welcomes a new competitor in the race to serve the state.
“I’m glad that Ms. Nunn has jumped into this contest,” said Radulovacki. “Georgia deserves the chance to hear from many qualified candidates, and I expect that her entrance will draw even more voter attention.”
Radulovacki, or Dr. Rad as his patients know him, is a long-time physician and founder of FaithWorks, a non-profit organization dedicated to those with mental and/or addictive illnesses. Named a “Top Doc” in psychiatry by US News & World Report in 2012, he has received outstanding physician honors from Atlanta Magazine six consecutive times.
“I’m committed to serving Georgia as our next Senator. As part of the election process, we need to have an important and substantive debate about how to improve the lives of people in this state. While other candidates may rely on high-priced Washington DC consultants, I am committed to hiring people from Georgia to work for our statewide campaign,” said Dr. Rad