What’s up with Lindy Miller’s Atlanta-Bubble PSC campaign?

I haven’t seen one article about Democratic PSC candidate Lindy Miller written outside Atlanta. And I watch for articles. I haven’t seen one Lindy Miller yard sign. Not one picture of a Lindy Miller volunteer doing regular volunteer stuff. Weird. Receipts for John @NoelforPSC. See John Noel’s Statewide media coverage John Noel Volunteers And Dirt Road Democrat yard sign. Feel free to Retweet Dirt Road Democrats: We were driving south of Vidalia, heading toward Hinesville, when we came across this lone sign on a side road. I'm guessing the yard it belongs to is back a mile or two. #gapol @NoelForPSC pic.twitter.com/GvuUmiJiCa — Jonathan Grant (@Brambleman) April 29, 2018

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Democrat John Noel is Georgia’s solar-powered, statewide Public Service Commission candidate

Above: John with one of his favorite volunteers, Laurel Cantrell, at Cobb County’s Donuts for Democrats. Here are some ways to learn more about John: 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 John’s flyer (in Tweets) Come along on a South Georgia Road Trip with John    

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Statewide media coverage for solar-powered Georgia PSC candidate John Noel

Unlike his opponents, Noel is running a statewide campaign for a seat on the Georgia Public Service Commission. Talking to farmers in Vidalia and city residents in Savannah, he’s hearing the same thing — people feel neglected by Atlanta politicians who don’t get out and listen to the people.  If they did, rural broadband and Georgia Power’s customer service would be bigger issues. One Toombs County onion farmer told John, “Politicians in Atlanta don’t care about anyone south of I-16.” His efforts have paid off with earned media coverage and new contacts. It’s important to have a running start at this November’s general election, and he’s the candidate with a base in rural Georgia to build on.   Click the links and take…

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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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