Past political experience: candidate for DeKalb County commission in 2014
Other experience in the community: USO greeter; active with Dunwoody-Sandy Springs Veterans for Foreign Wars
Q: Why are you running for this office?
A: I am running to bring sober, conservative judgment back into government and public service.
Q: Why should the voters choose you?
A: Because I bring decency, honor and trust to the office.
Q: If elected, what’s the first thing you want to accomplish in office?
A: Stop unnecessary taxing and spending.
Q: What do you see as the biggest problem facing the district you seek to represent?
A: The Doraville GM Tax Allocation District is a big failure to my district and the state.
Q: What do you see as the biggest problem facing the state?
A: See previous answer.
Q: If a “religious freedom” bill similar to the one passed this session and vetoed by Gov. Deal is offered again next year, how would you vote on it?
A: I will have to wait and see what is in the bill before commenting.
Q: If it comes up again in the legislature next year, would you support some form of new tax to expand MARTA?
A: No MARTA tax increase.