Mayors Of Sandy Springs And Columbus Find Common Ground

Sep 20, 2017

Today on “Political Rewind,” we talk to two Georgia mayors: Rusty Paul, the Republican mayor of Sandy Springs and Teresa Tomlinson, the Democratic mayor of Columbus. What problems do they share in common? Lack of modern infrastructure? A need for a better mix of transportation options? Affordable housing? Do they believe Georgia is on the right track for growth?

And we look at how are cities faring under the Trump administration.

Then, the panel weighs in on President Trump’s speech to the United Nations General Assembly. Was he correct to take such a tough stance on North Korea and Iran?

Greg Bluestein ­– AJC political reporter

Teresa Tomlinson (D) ­– Mayor of Columbus

Rusty Paul (R) – Mayor of Sandy Springs