We need to talk about Jon Ossoff’s endorsement of Lindy Miller

Jonathan Grant @Brambleman on Twitter After watching the video, I don’t know what Georgia Public Service Commission candidate Lindy Miller did to earn Jon Ossoff’s endorsement—or even how much it’s worth these days—but it deserves some discussion. First of all, Miller calls Jon Ossoff “one of my favorite leaders in Georgia.” I like Jon, too (I spent hundreds of hours trying to flip the Sixth District last year), but I wouldn’t call him a leader just yet. But hey, we tried! In his endorsement of Miller, who’s running against John Noel and Johnny White in Georgia’s May 22 Democratic PSC Primary, Ossoff talks about sustainability like it’s maybe a bad thing, but Lindy Miller will save it! This is tacit acknowledgment that Noel…

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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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Solar-powered GA PSC candidate John Noel electrifies Athens Democrats

A great night Thursday in Athens! Packed house of Athens-Clarke County Democrats Thursday night heard John Noel, 10th Congressional District candidate Chalis Montgomery, Rep. Spencer Frye and local candidates talk about their plans to make Athens and Georgia better for all the people who live there. Noel lit up the crowd and talked about how he’d change the way the electric companies do business.  Noel will be returning to Athens February 7 to speak to speak with UGA Young Democrats. Here’s that knockout video Noel was talking about: “Sticking it to the Man!” Click to learn more about New Energy for Georgia.

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You can help build Georgia’s grassroots statewide Voter Guide

By Jonathan Grant @Brambleman I am working on a team of Georgia grassroots volunteers who are creating a statewide Voter Guide. (The Guide is nonpartisan, although I’m not.) This ambitious project will link voters to candidates throughout the state in Congressional, Constitutional offices, and legislative races–maybe even down to local county and city campaigns, but we’ll see about that. It will be online and include answers to questionnaires, so you can see where candidates stand on issues. My self-appointed task in this is to collect contact information for legislative candidates: 236 in all. I will also publish information on this website, so feel free to subscribe. You can also get updates on 2018 races by following me on Twitter and liking Brambleman’s Facebook page.…

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