Sunday, September 22, 2019

Dunwoody Mayoral & City Council Candidate Forum - this afternoon from 2 to 4 pm at Dunwoody High School

Today - Dunwoody High School 2 pm

This afternoon the Dunwoody Homeowners Association and the Dunwoody Reporter newspaper will be hosting the Dunwoody Mayoral & City Council Candidate Forum at 2 pm at the Dunwoody High School Auditorium, 5035 Vermack Road. There are three contested at large (citywide) races that all residents will be able to vote upon and all of those candidates have agreed to participate in the forum.

On November 5th (if not before because of early voting) all Dunwoody residents will be voting for a new Mayor and all residents will also be voting for new representatives in Districts 1 and 2.

As the only candidate running in an unopposed election in District 3, I too was invited to participate in the forum but in fairness to the other candidates and more importantly to the attendees of the forum looking to decide on whom to vote for, I saw little value in my participation as my absence from the forum in a non-contested race would allow extended time for the residents to learn of the contested races.

After 11 years of public service and over 3,600 blog posts available for anyone to read, I believe a large chunk of the involved citizens already know where I stand on many of the issues facing this City.

I believe the forum will be broadcast live on the DHA Facebook page and that the Dunwoody Reporter will be recording it for later presentation on the web.

The doors open at 1:30


Lynn Deutsch

Terry Nall

City Council At-Large (District 1)

Stacey Harris

Robert Miller

City Council At-Large (District 2)

Joe Seconder

Heyward Wescott

City Council At-Large (District 3)

John Heneghan   Heneghan's Dunwoody Blog

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