I AM RUNNING FOR PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION TO STAND UP FOR THE FUTURE OF ENERGY AND THE PEOPLE WHO DO NOT HAVE A VOICE
The People of Georgia deserve a fearless and consistent voice on their Public Service Commission. I would be honored to be that voice, and even more honored to earn your support. Together we can…
TOGETHER FOR TOMORROW
Daniel is running for Georgia Public Service Commission District 4 because he wants to be a voice for families, people on a fixed income, business owners, and all rate payers throughout the state of Georgia.
He believes that we can create efficient and cost effect energy solutions that don’t harm our environment.
He believes that we can ensure that not a single person has to choose between paying the light bill and putting food on the table.
He believes that we can prepare for the future without sacrificing the livelihood of the workers of today.
He believes that we can create a connected Georgia so that whether you’re in the city of Atlanta, GA or in the rural county of Warren, GA you have access to internet and wireless service.
YOU CAN COUNT ON DANIEL TO…
Daniel will work to create a connected Georgia bringing wireless and high-speed internet to cities, rural, mountain, and coastal regions to ensure that all Georgians, regardless of their zip code, have efficient and reliable internet connectivity.
Daniel supports workers and is committed to working closely with the utility industry to ensure safety and job security for the energy workforce of today and build a pipeline of skilled Georgians to take on the energy challenges of tomorrow.
As energy infrastructure continues to be constructed and maintained, and as the grid evolves, we must be prepared for any and threats to its integrity. Daniel is committed to working with our public utilities to ensure Electric Grid Security and Resilience.
Daniel will use his voice consistently towards advocating for cleaner, more efficient energy solutions ensuring a climate-safe, renewable energy future for everyone
Daniel will be a fearless voice and advocate on behalf of Georgia’s residential and small business customers at Georgia’s Public Service Commission and at the state capitol.
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Lindy Miller supports Daniel Blackman for Public Service Commission, District 4.
This is a call to action, directly to Georgia’s leaders. Do not wait any longer. The pandemic is here. Delays in response cost lives, so delay no longer.
Responding to the financial impacts on rate payers during the COVID-19 crisis, Atlanta Gas Light is suspending service disconnections for nonpayment through April 13, 2020. Find out how AGL and other utility companies are responding.
Southern Company announced temporary relief for customers who are not able to pay their bills due to the widespread coronavirus outbreak, by suspending service disconnections for nonpayment for seven days. However we must do more to protect our rate payers during the COVID-19 crisis.