It’s Sunday — Vote in DeKalb County today!

Sorry, Fran. There will be Sunday voting in DeKalb (but Tucker Rec is out) This has been a low turnout election, so far. The vote totals the DeKalb Board of Elections posted for Saturday are grim.  But hey, we can vote today!  Check out this resource: DeKalb County Voter Guide. Here’s a list of early voting sites and times: Only Dunwoody Library, the Board of Elections office, and South DeKalb Mall are open for voting today. But this is cool:    

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John Noel’s South Georgia road trip: In Vidalia, running for the onions

Running with the onions: The Annual Vidalia Onion Festival is a thing you should see, like John @NoelForPSC did. Maybe next year! Runs the last weekend in April #Vidalia @Vidaliaonions1 Festival website: https://t.co/4JYaMOexxiRoad Trip blog post: https://t.co/p7eswi3Quj pic.twitter.com/wL9GejtVbz — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 5, 2018 John @NoelforPSC was sporting enough to take a local radio interview seconds after finishing the #VidaliaOnion Run 5K in 22:59. He's running. pic.twitter.com/yhLCF04RGG — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 5, 2018 John @NoelForPSC consoles a child who was upset he didn't win the #Vidalia Onion Run's 1K race. Read more about John's South Georgia campaign. https://t.co/iiXN7TLYKC pic.twitter.com/5ObKqDQcHx — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 5, 2018

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Dirt Road Democrats: Tweeting PSC candidate John Noel’s South Georgia trip

MACON LYONS Georgia's solar-powered candidate John @NoelforPSC endorses this truck. Check out his "Sticking It to the Man" video: https://t.co/i6e313OFfF #gapol pic.twitter.com/uHXsVJrnTP — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) April 30, 2018 TALES OF THE ALTAMAHA “I Saw the Light” Friday Night: John @NoelForPSC and I watched 14th annual production of #TalesoftheAltahama This year's folklife play was on point: “I Saw the Light” is the story of rural Toombs County electrification in 1937. At Blue Marquee Theater in Lyons. The place was packed @Vidaliaonions1 pic.twitter.com/xCs2ATKWCW — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) May 5, 2018 VIDALIA RUN FOR THE ONIONS Running with the onions: The Annual Vidalia Onion Festival is a thing you should see, like John @NoelForPSC did. Maybe next year! Runs the last weekend in April…

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On the road with John Noel: Tales from the Altamaha’s “I Saw the Light”

Last Friday night, John Noel and I had a great time watching the 14th annual production of Tales from the Altahama This year’s folklife play was on point: “I Saw the Light” is the story of rural Toombs County electrification in 1937. At the Blue Marquee Theater in Lyons. The place was packed. It’s part of The Annual Vidalia Onion Festival, which is a thing you should see. John wanted to give special thanks to Lyons Main Street Director Daphne Walker for her hospitality. BTW, Rick Berry, who has worked with Tales of the Altamaha since its inception,  is a retired nuclear power plant engineer from nearby Plant Hatch. More from the road trip

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