5 Georgia women look to flip U.S. House seats

By Jonathan Grant @Brambleman Wow. This headline to this article is encouraging: “Women Line Up to Run for Office, Harnessing Their Outrage at Trump” In Georgia, there are, as of now, five Democratic women running for Congress. Follow them on social media and help amplify their voices. Three are running in Gwinnett, and Chalis Montgomery’s district includes fringe Metro Atlanta precicts in Dacula, Loganville, and McDonough, which is just 30 miles away from Decatur. Just saying.   1st District: Lisa Ring Lisa Ring @LisaRingGA 7th District Kathleen Allen @KathleenAllenGA 7th Disctrict Melissa Davis @DavisforGA 7th District Carolyn Bourdeaux @Carolyn4GA7 10th District Chalis Montgomery @Montgomery4Cong Here’s a list with contact links for Georgia Democratic Congressional candidates on Twitter, Facebook, web.


Georgia PSC candidate John Noel is running with the sun

PSC candidate John Noel wants Georgia’s energy future to be solar-powered By Jonathan Grant Republican victories in Georgia Public Service Commission races have been so predictable in recent years that Democrats haven’t bothered to field a candidate in three of the past five elections. Next year is shaping up to be quite different for the state’s asleep-at-the-wheel all GOP regulatory agency, however. Here’s why: Democrats are energized. Georgia Power’s troubled $25 billion (and counting) Plant Vogtle expansion has put a harsh spotlight on the PSC and its past decisions. Candidate John Noel, a colorful, dynamic energy-efficiency expert and walk-the-walk solar power advocate with political chops. The former Democratic state legislator with an unforgettable nickname is grabbing endorsements and making a splash with…

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