9:12 pm August 29, 2010, by Christopher Seward
How do you feel about eliminating state income taxes?
If the General Assembly presents a bill allowing local municipalities to vote on Sunday alcohol sales, will you sign the legislation?
What initiatives would you support as governor to reduce urban sprawl in Georgia’s urban centers?
What is your position on ways in which our state can lessen our illegal immigrant problems?
These are just a few of the questions on the minds of Georgia voters and they’re questions voters would like to pose to the three men vying to become the state’s next governor: former U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal (R), Democratic former Gov. Roy Barnes and Libertarian John Monds.
Here’s your chance to vote on questions that already have been submitted, and your chance to submit your own questions. We’ll pose the top 10 questions to the candidates and give them a chance to answer them directly to help make an informed decision in November. Click here to get started!
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