Georgia Democrats: Teresa Tomlinson pulls ahead in Georgia support: John Noel gets boost in Public Service Commission bid

Above: “I love Georgians. The grit. The energy. The determination to make the best even better. That’s why I’m running for PSC; to give a voice to those determined to make it better.”–John Noel  (Website) Today’s tweet (scroll down for articles) The brutalization of black bodies by the police across this country is WRONG. Join me Tuesday at 6:30 PM as I listen to what black leaders believe must be done to begin the work of moving forward together. https://t.co/xJnH9jREv0#BLM #JusticeforGeorgeFloyd pic.twitter.com/jPwKuVmqgm — John Noel (@NewEnergyGuy) June 1, 2020 Democratic Senate Primary I organized and participated in several rallies for Jon Ossoff during his run for Congress. Now the rallies and enthusiasm are for @teresatomlinson. She has a broad statewide coalition. Today…

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Georgia primary updates: PSC candidate John Noel’s town hall news; Teresa Tomlinson wins award for service to soldiers

Above: “I love Georgians. The grit. The energy. The determination to make the best even better. That’s why I’m running for PSC; to give a voice to those determined to make it better.”–John Noel  (Website) Senate Primary: Endorsements keep rolling in for Teresa Tomlinson By Jonathan Grant @Barmbleman Teresa Tomlinson’s surging U.S. Senate campaign received another big boost Monday with the endorsement of A.M.E. Bishop Reginald T. Jackson, who presides over more than 500 African Methodist Episcopal churches in Georgia. Jackson said, “Tomlinson possesses integrity, empathy, courage, and a heart for the people.” A former two-term mayor of Columbus, Tomlinson has lapped the Democrat field in gaining support from elected officials as well as community and civil rights leaders. She has twice as…

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Upcoming: Georgia PSC candidate debate, town hall with Karenna Gore on energy equity, sustainability

Upcoming PSC candidate Debate Monday, May 4: Debate between John Noel and  Daniel Blackman on Monday, May 4, at 10:00 a.m. Watch online live or on demand via Facebook at www.fb.com/TheAtlantaPressClub and GPB.org. Link to Loudermilk Debates page. Town hall on energy equity, sustainability Tuesday, May 5 from 6:30 to 7;30 p.m. on Facebook Live: John Noel/Robert Bryant Town Hall: Energy Equity and the Environment with Karenna Gore. Link to Event Karenna Gore is a best-selling author and Director of the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary.  She will talk with Democratic PSC candidates John Noel and Robert Bryant about how Georgia’s energy policy relates to Environmental Justice, Climate Change, and why this should be looked at as a Moral and Ethical Issue. …

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Georgia Environmentalist John Noel takes another run at Public Service Commission

Unfortunately, Public Service Commission races are receiving absolutely no coverage in the media. Nevertheless, voters are receiving absentee ballots and researching races. I noticed that many people are Googling this article, so I’m reposting. Upcoming Monday, May 4: There will be a debate between John Noel and his primary opponent, Daniel Blackman, on Monday, May 4, at 10:00 a.m. You can watch online live or on demand via Facebook at www.fb.com/TheAtlantaPressClub and GPB.org. Tuesday, May 5 from 6:30 to 7;30 p.m. on Facebook Live: John Noel/Robert Bryant Town Hall: Energy Equity and the Environment with Karenna Gore. Link to Event Karenna Gore is a best-selling author and Director of the Center for Earth Ethics at Union Theological Seminary.  She will talk with Democratic PSC…

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Atlanta City Council President, Fulton Chairman endorse John Noel for PSC

Above: Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore and Democratic PSC candidate John Noel A solar-powered rainy day Sunday’s afternoon showers couldn’t stop John Noel and dozens of supporters from celebrating his Earth Day Birthday outside the Democratic Public Service Commission candidate’s west Atlanta home, where he received strong endorsements from Atlanta City Council President Felicia Moore, Fulton County Commission Chairman Rob Pitts, and others. Pitts, who is running for re-election, pledged cooperation and support for John on the campaign trail. “John gets it,” said Moore, succinctly summing up his knowledge of energy and environmental policy, as well as what it takes to be a leader. Having known John for two decades, she talked about his influence on her political career and praised “his maturity and understanding.”…

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