The Marietta Democrat became a spokeswoman for his Bloomberg’s organization, Everytown for Gun Safety, after her son was murdered. She joins a small cast of Georgia officials who have backed the former New York mayor’s campaign.
“I first met Mike when I was searching for ways to fight against the dangerous gun laws that ripped my son from my life,” McBath said in a statement. “Mike gave grieving mothers like me a way to stand up and fight back. Nobody running for president has done more for the gun violence prevention movement than Mike.”