The Gwinnett Chamber has shared results from surveys of candidates seeking elected offices that represent Gwinnett. The surveys focused on key business issues including economic development and job growth.
The survey was sent to local, state and national candidates to assist and inform voters prior to the July 31 Primary, according to a press release announcing availability of the results.
Candidates were asked to respond to questions about economic development, education, legal and regulatory reforms, and transportation. The chamber sent the survey to all qualified candidates running for office. Reponses were published as submitted.
“While the chamber does not endorse candidates, we believe it is essential that local candidates understand key issues and priorities that impact our economy and business community,” said Jann Moore, vice president of Public Policy, Leadership, and Education at the Gwinnett Chamber, in the press release.
To view and download the entire 2012 candidate survey results, please click here or visit www.GwinnettChamberPublicPolicy.com. The chamber website also includes information on voting resources, polling places and more.
Not all candidates responded to the survey. The chamber provided websites and other information if available about candidates who did not respond.