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THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO MULTIPLE CANDIDATES PULLING OUT
I have confirmations on Catherine Davis, Candiss Taylor and Tom Williams.The Gov Kemp handlers told me over a month ago he was committed to four events and was NOT doing any more.David Perdue can't make this event or the dates I supplied in May.Since the media seems complicit in this narrative of only two candidates in the GA Governor race on the Republican Ballot
I confirmed and held this Discovery/Q&A Forum becasue I think this behavior by two individuals is wrong on so many levels.Let Kemp and Perdue explain to the public why they can't come to this event.Each one of the debates by the media are highly controlled and I wouldn't be surprised if the topics of discussion are planned out.
Unlike this Forum where all questions must be addressed to all candidates, there are NO REBUTTALS or Personal attacks.The questions are from the voting public WITHOUT a Media Filter, each question is a problem to be solved.We all know there are many ways to solve a problem, this is where the public can listen, learn, compare and contrast.Since we will only be having 3 candidates we should be able to have at least 19 questions assuming that each candidate uses the 2 min for each question.Or maybe we can have a few more questions asked.
All registered voters are invited to attend on Wednesday April 27, 2022 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Groomsbridge Clubhouse 10150 Groomsbridge Rd, Johns Creek, GA 30022 within the Medlock Bridge
Candidates: Catherine Davis, Brian Kemp, David Perdue, Kandiss Taylor, Tom Williams will be
attending, all are competing in the May 24, 2022 Primary Election for GA Governor on the Republican
The Forum is designed to enable the registered voter to collect data, compare and contrast candidates
to make an informed decision in the Primary Election. The event is organized by a group of grass-roots
citizens who have several years of experience with Forums of this kind for the local Johns Creek non-
partisan City Council elections. The citizen group is NOT affiliated with any political party; and will NOT
endorse candidates or make recommendations.
When provided with an opportunity to ask questions of candidates, registered voters can make
intelligent, informed choices without media distortions or anyone telling them how to think or who to
Audience members are asked to arrive early and fill out a card to ask a question. All questions need to
be directed to all candidates so a comparison can be made. Any question targeting one candidate will
NOT be asked, no trap questions aimed at one individual are ever asked. This is a State election be
thoughtful ask a State question. If you can’t attend, you can submit a question via email to:
All cell phone ringers are turned off, NO APPLAUSE from the audience.
All Candidates will turn off their cell phones.
The structure of the two hour event is that each of the candidates will have 2 minutes to make
introductory statements. The balance of the time left will be answering questions from the registered
voters in the audience and from the emailed questions.
The candidates will have two minutes to answer each question. If each candidate uses up the whole
two minutes for each question we should get to about 11 questions for the evening.
All questions that are not asked at the event will be submitted to each candidate to be answered then
emailed back to: [email protected]
The final answers from each candidate will be posted on Facebook, NextDoor, Georgia Record,
Concerned Citizens for Johns Creek so registered voters can use these websites to make an informed
The whole event will be video recorded and posted on a YouTube Channel MB Debate Series within 24 hours after the event.'
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