Pic of the day: Solar-powered Georgia PSC candidate John Noel at Cobb County’s Donuts for Democrats

Great day in Smyrna this weekend. My daughter Laurel Cantrell came out to take pictures, which were great, but she ended up in the best one! How about that. John Noel gave the featured speech to a big crowd–more than a dozen candidates for state and local office showed up to speak, mix, and mingle. But John … seriously, you’ve got to meet this guy! Here are some ways to keep up with John during the campaign: Check out this video: “Sticking it to the Man!” Read “John Noel is running with the sun” Visit John’s website On Twitter: @NoelforPSC Follow John on Facebook  

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Solar-powered Georgia PSC candidate John Noel builds momentum, takes lead in cash on hand

When looking at Georgia Public Service Commission races, it’s no surprise to see utility money flowing into GOP incumbents’ coffers. It’s the way they play the game. The shocker this year is that environmentalist John Noel—who is definitely not counting on utility support in his bid to unseat Chuck Eaton—has the most cash on hand of any candidate, Democrat or Republican. With only three months to go before the primary, this should be especially alarming to the competition. Not only that, but the news follows a whirlwind day in Athens for Noel that included a half-dozen media interviews and an enthusiastic response to his message: Ruth Pannill, president of Young Democrats of UGA, saw Noel speak at the Athens-Clarke County Democrats meeting…

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