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2016 GWINNETT COUNTY CANDIDATE’S FORUM


LAWRENCEVILLE, GA, September 27, 2016 — The purpose of the Candidate Forum is to give Gwinnett voters an opportunity to hear candidates discuss the issues of importance to them in this election. The event is free and open to the public as well as the media.

This joint voter Candidate Forum will follow the nonpartisan, unbiased and impartial format. The forum will be moderated by Former Mayor Kelly Kautz of Snellville.

WHAT: 2016 Gwinnett County Candidate Forum

WHEN: Thursday, September 29, 2016 At 6:30 p.m.

WHERE: New Jerusalem Baptist Church 422 E. Crogan Street Lawrenceville, GA 30046 (One block from the Downtown Lawrenceville Post Office)

Directions:

From I 85 North
I 85 North to 316 East and exit at 120/Duluth Highway. Turn right on 120/Duluth Highway, which becomes West Pike Street then Crogan Street (name changes to East Crogan after crossing over Jackson St.). Your destination will be at 422 East Crogan St. (just past McArthur Street). If you pass Dairy Queen, you went too far.

From Scenic Highway/124 N Take Scenic Highway/124 N to Jackson Street and turn left. Take Jackson Street and turn right on East Crogan Street (just past Atha Street) to 422 East Crogan St. If you are on Buford Drive, you passed the right turn on East Crogan St.

From Lawrenceville Highway/HW 29
Take HW 29 North/Lawrenceville Highway, which becomes West Crogan Street, then becomes Crogan Street (name changes to East Crogan after crossing over Jackson St) to 422 East Crogan St. # # # # FEATURED RACES: Georgia House District 81, Georgia House District 96, Georgia House District 101, Georgia House District 102, Georgia House District 105, Georgia House District 108, Gwinnett County Board of Commission Chairman, and Gwinnett County Board of Commission District 3.

Sponsored by
NEW JERUSALEM BAPTIST CHURCH POLITICAL ACTION MINISTRY; THE UNITED EBONY SOCIETY of GWINNETT COUNTY, INC.; GWINNETT COUNTY ALUMNAE CHAPTER of DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.; RAISING EMPOWERED VOICES UPLIFITING PEOPLE, INC., ASIAN AMERICANS ADVANCING JUSTICE ATLANTA and POSITIVE RESULTS

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