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Join Georgia's exciting $6 billion film industry working on one of the sets of the more than 250 films and TV productions shot in the State this year. As the third largest production center in the nation, Georgia boasts of a workforce with more than 100,000 people tied directly or indirectly to this growing part of the economy.
Columbus State University hosted a Democratic gubernatorial debate on Tuesday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in University Hall. The debate, which was televised live and open to the public, is part of an ongoing series of political forums hosted by Columbus State in partnership with WRBL-TV and PMB Broadcasting.
Jacob Holt , an assistant professor from CSU's political science department, and Kelvin Clark, a communications student from CSU's WCUG radio station, joined reporters from WRBL on a panel questioning the two candidates, Stacey Abrams and Stacey Evans, both former members of the Georgia House of Representatives. CSU communication students also assisted in the production of the telecasts.
The first forum, featuring six Republican gubernatorial candidates, was held on Tuesday, March 6. A Columbus Mayoral Debate is scheduled for May 1. Events featuring any candidates involved in a run-off will be scheduled between the primary and run-off elections and the nominees of each party will be invited back for a Gubernatorial Debate in October.