The Douglas Campaign released the endorsements of Sadie Fields, Commissioner Stan Wise and Commissioner Lauren "Bubba" McDonald
With the runoff election for the Republican nomination for Public Service Commission coming up around the corner, conservative statewide leaders are lining up behind the proven public servant in the race, John Douglas. Today, the Douglas campaign announced the endorsement of Sadie Fields, former head of the Christian Coalition of Georgia Christian Alliance, and current members of the Public Service Commission, Stan Wise and Lauren "Bubba" McDonald.
"I've known Senator Douglas for many years and have witnessed first hand the consistent, conservative values he has displayed in the General Assembly - his voting record speaks for itself. Unlike some, John has never compromised his conservative principles for political gain," said Mrs. Fields. "A man of character and integrity who served in the Armed Forces, John will represent the families of Georgia with the same firm leadership and strong values he has shown in his service to both the military and in the state legislature."
Sadie Fields now joins an overwhelming group of statewide leaders who support John Douglas' past record which ultimately reflects his proven position on the issues that plague Georgia ratepayers. Public Service Commissioner Stan Wise and Bubba McDonald have also publicly endorsed Douglas alongside one of his former opponents Representative Jeff May, as the true conservative left in the race to replace retiring commissioner Bobby Baker.
"I am truly honored to have the support of Sadie, Stan, and Lauren as we head into the final stretch of this race," said Senator Douglas. "I greatly appreciate their endorsements as well as the support of many other conservative leaders in our state that have signed onto my campaign. I am certain that with the leadership of great men and women like those supporting my candidacy, we will keep a stronghold of conservatism on the Public Service Commission."
A lifelong Republican, Sen. Douglas is a retired Army Officer who served 18 years in the US Army before retiring as a Major in 1994. When not doing Senate business, he is a Field Representative for the Peace Officers Association of Georgia. He was first elected to the Newton County Board of Education in 1998, the Georgia House of Representatives in 2002 and the Georgia Senate in 2004. He was the first Republican from Newton County to be elected to both the GA House and Senate. Senator John Douglas, his wife Susan and daughter Katherine reside in Social Circle and attend Salem United Methodist Church.
More information is available at his website: www.votejohndouglas.com. Senator Douglas may also be reached by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: 404-375-1234.