EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of several stories from the state Senate District 21 candidates’ debate sponsored by the North Fulton Friends Tea Party, and held at the Crooked Creek HOA Clubhouse on July 10. Each will be accompanied by video with more complete remarks by the two men.
The Republican candidates for state Senate District 21 made it clear on where they stand on charter schools in Georgia. Chip Rogers said he was for parental control in almost any form, while Brandon Beach doesn’t want some state commission to make decisions on local schools.
“Not only do I support charter schools, I support educational freedom in every form,” Rogers said.
“Now the question is very simple,” he said. “Who makes the decision on what is best for your child? It’s either the government, or the parent. I will side with the