Friday, July 2, 2010

Endorsement for PSC Commissioner District 2 in the GOP Primary: Jeff May (R-Monroe)

In the GOP Primary race for Public Service Commission District 2 seat Peanut Politics endorse Jeff May (R-Monroe) to take on Democrat Keith Moffett (D-Macon) to succeed Bobby Baker, who is not seeking re-election to the Board.







May is by far the most qualified out of all of the GOP candidates for PSC Commission.

May served as chairman of the Energy Subcommittee of Energy, Utilities, and Telecommunications Committee in the House of Representatives.

His experience as chairman of the Energy Subcommittee puts him head over heels over Tim Echols, John Douglas & Joseph Brush & his plan to Create jobs for Georgians,
Provide reliable service while protecting businesses and consumers & Promote alternative energy sources makes him the most qualified & the most "ELECTABLE"
candidate to go on to the General Election to face Moffett in November. Neither John Douglas, Tim Echols & Joey Brush have the experience nor expertise like May does (Repeat May Chairs the Energy Subcommittee) to sit on the PSC Board.

I had the pleasure of meeting Jeff at the SWGAPolitics candidate forum & I came away very, very impressed by this man & his candidacy & he is one of the few republicans I would vote for.

His down to earth demeanor & likable manner is a plus when courting voters. With the PSC Race so wide open, he'll most probably end up a runoff, but he's better qualified that his other GOP counterparts to go on to the General Election.

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