Spalding County Democrats: John Noel left a note.

Insurance Commissioner Candidate Cindy Zeldin: “How many have seen your car rates skyrocket?” With early voting in full swing and only a few days left before the May 22 Democratic primary,  more than a dozen candidates for  for statewide posts and Congressional and State Senate seats showed up Monday evening to speak to about 80 Spalding County Democrats at the Welcome Center in Griffin. It was great to see the broad range of discussions and questions about vital issues we don’t hear about in horse-race coverage of political campaigns: tariffs on Georgia crops (Fred Swann), expanding expanding Medicaid (Cindy Zeldin), turning prisons into colleges (Richard Keatley), and testing, testing, testing (Sid Chapman). Dawn Randolph, candidate for Public Service Commission Post 5 (at-large…

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John Noel for Georgia PSC flyer, in tweets

You can do this for any campaign. The thread comes off a Tweet of this blog post: Sydney, the vote-grabbing dog John @NoelforPSC Flyer in a thread #gapol 1/ pic.twitter.com/SAfvbcx2AS — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018 2/ pic.twitter.com/6mPhcgH3nY — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018 /3 pic.twitter.com/J6z5DMRPga — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018 /4 pic.twitter.com/ob6KtWvHpw — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018 5/ pic.twitter.com/j5x2118UDm — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018 /6 pic.twitter.com/IeepdD2NjU — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018 /7 pic.twitter.com/lHKi9yvURr — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 11, 2018

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In campaign email, John Noel takes a victory lap after last week’s PSC debate

Above: Just a few of the Women for Noel Georgia’s solar-powered PSC candidate must be feeling pretty good. He’s got Noelmentum, picking up endorsements and support all over Georgia while his opponents either don’t show up for the debate or for campaign appearances outside Atlanta. Meeting with Peach County Democrats at a statewide candidate forum in Fort Valley, John @NoelforPSC shows off place cards he made for his no-show opponents, who don't like to leave ATL. The only candidate running statewide, John's racking up endorsements, support across Georgia pic.twitter.com/LuuCQjNLW0 — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 7, 2018 Apparently they don’t have yard signs or Twitter accounts anymore, either. Oops! As for the debate: It’s clear to me that Lindy Miller didn’t lose last…

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No contest: Georgia’s solar-powered PSC candidate John Noel battles his no-show opponents

Meeting with Peach County Democrats at a statewide candidate forum in Fort Valley, Democratic Georgia Public Service Commission candidate John Noel (appearing with Lt. Gov. candidate Triana Arnold James) points out the place cards he made for his no-show opponents, who don’t like to leave Atlanta. The only candidate running a statewide campaign, John’s racking up endorsements and support across Georgia. By the way, John’s a real Democrat.                           Here it is, in Twitter form. Feel free to RT! Meeting with Peach County Democrats at a statewide candidate forum in Fort Valley, John @NoelforPSC shows off place cards he made for his no-show opponents, who don't like to leave ATL. The only candidate…

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Georgia PSC hopeful Lindy Miller didn’t care much who ran Georgia until she wanted to be one of those folks

Former Sen. Max Cleland endorses, John Noel Georgia Public Service Commission candidate John Noel is a longtime Democrat. He was elected to the General Assembly as a Democrat in 2002. He’s been involved in Democratic politics and voted in Democratic primaries and runoffs, not to mention general, special, and Atlanta city elections. If there was an election, he’d show up and vote. He’s attended every Democratic convention since 1992, when he was an intern for the Clinton/Gore campaign. Those are some serious bona fides. On the other hand, one of his opponents, Lindy Miller, not so much—at least not until recently. Going back two decades through voting data shows that before 2012, while Miller was registered to vote in Georgia, she didn’t…

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