District 66 GOP Candidates Answer 'Vote Influencing' Questions
Candidates are asked, should gifts to legislators be capped and, if so, how much? Questions were posed during a GOP candidate forum held in Douglasville on June 28.
The three GOP State House District 66 candidates met June 28 at a candidate forum to answer questions posed by the GOP.
Mike Miller is a current Douglas County School Board member; Bob Snelling formerly served in the Georgia House of Representatives, 1995 to 2003; and Mickey Thompson served as Douglasville mayor for 12 years and as a city councilman for four.
The Republican primary is July 31. The winner of the primary will face Democrat Kimberly Alexander in the Nov. 6 election.
The new Georgia House District 66 will cover Douglas County and part of Paulding County.
The attached videos are of the three candidates answering the following questions, posed by Moderator Perry McGuire:
"If elected District 66 State Representative, what would you do to ensure gifts from lobbyists, citizens and friends do not influence your decisions or votes? Should gifts to legislators be capped and, if so, how much?"
Other Douglasville Patch articles on this matter:
Douglasville Patch will publish more video of the forum over the next few days.