We haven’t seen much of Jena Griswold, the young Obama activist turned Democratic politician who is hoping to unseat Secretary of State Wayne Williams in the November election.

We presumed she was busy with her worldwide salsa dancing tour, but she popped up on Labor Day to march with her union buddies and spread her campaign message of getting dark money out of politics.


What is dark money? Well, in politics, that’s when money is given to the nonprofit organizations of unions and other groups that can receive unlimited contributions, which they use to support a candidate.

Like Griswold. Her list of endorsements is chock full of politicians and unions.

Honestly, We hadn’t seen much of Griswold since this:

But of course she came out of hiding on Labor Day to support her dark money union benefactors, all in the name of getting dark money out of politics. Or something.