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Question of the Week

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Starting this week, our blog will feature a question we proposed to industry leaders. This week for our inaugural posting, the question is: if you could ask the presidential hopefuls one question in a debate that you were moderating, what would that one question be? Here’s what they had to say:

Mike Rogers Head Shot M & A 2012

 

 

Mike Rogers, president of Rogers & Willard, Inc.: “What would you do to reverse the polarization in Congress? Both parties have good ideas and we need to return to the days of bipartisanship. What would you do to provide the leadership to make this happen?”

 

 

 

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Jack Darnall, regional president of Brasfield & Gorrie: “Immigration reform has been a hot topic politically with no real acceptable bipartisan solution in sight. What are your thoughts on a workable solution that would be acceptable to both parties?”

 

 

 

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Micah Bullard, area manager for Turner Construction Company: “Since the workforce drives our economy, what would you do to start training for the future workforce?”

 

 

 

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Allen McCain, president of Bright Future Electric: “A proven path to stimulating the economy and also conserving energy is investing in infrastructure and retrofitting antiquated buildings.  Will you support creating jobs and saving tax payers dollars by being a true advocate of infrastructure funding and if so how?”

 

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