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The 2020 DHA Candidate Forum Retrospective

 The DHA's traditional candidate forum was 100% online this year due to COVID-19 protections.

Here is the video archive from September 20:

Introduction and ground rules for all the races
(Direct Link)

House District 79
Mike Wilensky (I) and Andrea Johnson
(Direct Link)


Senate District 40
Sally Harrell (I) and Garry Guan
(Direct Link)


DeKalb County Commission District 1
Nancy Jester (I) and Robert Patrick
(Direct Link)



GA Congressional District 6
Karen Handel (Lucy McBath did not attend)
(Direct Link)


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