The Public Service Commission is broken.
For years, the rights of Georgians have come second to the profits of utility companies. Access to affordable, abundant solar power remains limited. The promise of Plant Vogtle remains unfulfilled even as we continue to fund its unfinished construction. Reliable broadband internet access is only affordable in pockets, as the Public Service Commission has refused to address the digital divide, especially in rural Georgia.
Georgia consumers deserve a champion.
The Georgia Public Service Commission was created to ensure that consumers receive safe, reliable and reasonably priced telecommunications, electric and natural gas services. That isn’t happening with the failed leadership of the current board, but it will happen when we send Doug Stoner to the PSC as our next commissioner.
Doug Stoner is the Democrat we need on PSC.
As a former state lawmaker and city councilman, Doug has the experience to protect our rights as ratepayers and hold utility companies accountable. He will push Georgia to become a leader in accessibility to alternative, renewable energy sources. He is running to be the champion that Georgia utility customers need. But, he can’t win without your help. Join our campaign to put the Public back in charge of the Public Service Commission and restore the power back to the hands of everyday Georgians. Donate or volunteer today!
More about our candidate for PSC
Working Across the Aisle and Across Industries
Doug has built meaningful relationships across the aisle and across industries. As the former chairman of the Senate Democratic Caucus, Democrats and Republicans alike know he takes a problem solving approach to politics. He served as chairman of the Cobb Transit Board before being elected to the Georgia House of Representatives, and then State Senate in 2004. He was listed among the “Most Influential Georgians of the Year” by James magazine in 2010. He’ll put that influence to work for everyday Georgians. Doug and his wife, Della, currently reside in the Forest Hills neighborhood of Smyrna with their two daughters, Gray and Honor.