Tricia Pridemore Raises Nearly $200K For PSC Race

We received a presser from Tricia Pridemore’s campaign to fill the District 5 Public Service Commission seat being vacated by Stan Wise. In the presser, Pridemore has raised close to $200,000 with over $185,000 cash on-hand in the first hundred days of her campaign.

It’s a record haul for a non-incumbent candidate for Georgia’s PSC. You can read the full press release below:

Tricia Pridemore, Republican candidate for the open Public Service Commission seat being vacated by Commissioner Stan Wise, will file her January 31 disclosure today showing nearly $200,000 raised and over $185,000 cash on hand. With a record haul for the first 100 days of any non-incumbent running for PSC, Pridemore is well positioned as the election year begins.

“I’m extremely humbled by the level of support we have received throughout the state as we begin this campaign” said Pridemore. “We have a long journey ahead of us, but this early investment by hundreds of Georgia voters shows our message is resonating. They want to ensure the PSC regulates utilities in away that is good for ratepayers and Georgia businesses.”

For more information on Tricia Pridemore and her campaign for Public Service Commission, please visit PridemorePSC.com

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I can’t seem to find anything on her policy. Purposeful or too soon? Does anyone know where she stands on solar and renewables within the power portfolios?