For more than 8 years, the League of Women Voters of Georgia has provided Georgia voters with an online guide that provides information on candidates and initiatives that will be on their ballots on Election Day. The guide is done in partnership with the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, WSB Channel 2 Action News and WSB Radio.

The process included identifying the candidates and races to be covered after the qualifying period. The League developed a set of questions for each race, and invited candidates to participate via the email address the candidate provided when they qualified.

If candidates did not respond by a given time, reminder emails and phone calls were initiated to prompt participation. Upon receipt of questionnaires, all were reviewed to ensure compliance with the guidelines issued in the invitation to participate.

Finally, once the guidelines for all races and initiatives have been met, the information on all races are published. Please note that some candidates have chosen not to participate.

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Biographical Information

Describe your education, training and experience and what is your motivation to serve as Public Service Commission (PSC).

What are your top three policy priorities and how will you work to achieve those results?

What measures would you pursue to promote the use of renewable energy in Georgia?

The Public Service Commission has an important duty to handle and investigate complaints as well as to hold formal and informal investigations. What measures, if any, will you take to ensure timeliness, fairness, thoroughness, and transparency of each step?

The cost/benefit of completing nuclear expansion in Units 3 & 4 at Plant Vogtle continues to be evaluated by Georgians. Do you support the completion of the project? If not, why not and what would you support for our future energy needs? If yes, why and what cost do you believe should be borne by Georgia ratepayers?