Ga. Family Council Release Voter Guide

The Georgia Family Council has released a voter guide. Please note they only sent questionnaires to candidates in contested races.

9 comments

  1. Melb says:

    Um, I question whether or not this questionnaire was even sent to the Democrats.

    I could see a few of them not responding, but every single one? It seems a little fishy to me.

  2. We actually sent the survey to all general election candidates in contested races for Congress, statewide office, state house and state senate. Because of time constraints we were unable to send surveys to candidates in other races – although we hope to in future editions.

    Our process included sending the surveys via certified letter to each candidate (regardless of party affiliation). We followed-up the certified letters with email requests and, finally, phone requests for candidates to respond. We even gave candidates the option to simply respond with a statement, whether responsive to our survey or not. For those candidates who provided a statement, we have included a viewable pdf of the statement.

    All responses that have been received as of today have been uploaded to the site. We will continue to upload responses until November 1st, so it’s not too late for candidates to be included.

    Thank you for the mention.

  3. HollyGolightly says:

    The ballot initiatives section has a pretty thorough explanation of each amendment and its pros and cons.

  4. MSBassSinger says:

    I read through it earlier, and was surprised at the Democrats who did respond and the Republicans who didn’t. I have a lot more respect for those Democrats who responded, and less respect for the Republicans who did not.

    My State Representative, Calvin Hill, responded, but his Democrat opponent, Stephanie Webb, did not. Tonight, I was exposed to a real illustration of family values in their race.

    Agree with Calvin Hill or not, he is a man of honor and good character. Yet, I got a robocall from the Stephanie Webb campaign that tells me she is, IMHO, a carpetbagger sleazeball. The call featured two unidentified female actors pretending to be concerned about an unnamed candidate running against Ms. Webb. The call even advised to make sure children couldn’t hear this. Then they proceeded to describe the unnamed candidate, obviously Rep. Hill, as some kind of pervert.

    I get emails from her campaign that I never signed up for, and I had gotten used to the lies and misinformation. She is a Democrat, after all. But his kind of sleazy campaign tactic just disgusts me.

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