Audio Recording of the Candidate Forum

The quality is not great, but click here to listen to the audio recording of the candidate forum.

And please vote on Tuesday, May 24th!

Media Coverage of the Candidate Forum

All eight of the invited candidates participated in the Fulton County Superior Court candidate forum last night.  There were approximately 60 people in attendance, and Fox 5 News covered the event.

Click here to see the Fox 5 report.

We attempted to record audio of the event, and if successful, it will be posted to this website.

The Inman Park Neighborhood Association thanks all the candidates for participating in the forum.  We learned a lot about them, and we appreciate their willingness to serve the public on the Fulton County Superior Court.

Thanks to everyone who attended the event. It is our hope that you are now better prepared to vote in the nonpartisan general election on May 24th.

Early voting is available until Friday, May 20th.  To find early voting locations, click here.

Click here to see the May 24th nonpartisan sample ballot, which also includes a vote on the Re-imposition of the One Percent Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax for Educational Purposes.

Educate yourself before the general election on May 24th

Candidates Forum for Fulton County Superior Court Judges

Tuesday, May 17 from 7 – 9 PM
at The Trolley Barn

The purpose of this forum is to give each judicial candidate for the Fulton County Superior Court an opportunity to demonstrate that he or she has the essential qualities needed to be a good judge.

The most important part to intown residents, worried about crime, is that these judges preside over trials and hand out sentences for the most egregious felonies in Fulton County.  Come hear what the judicial candidates have to say.

As of May 10, 2016, all eight of the candidates who are running in competitive races have RSVPed “Yes,” including:

Gary Alembik

Gabe Banks

Thomas Cox Jr.

Eric Dunaway

Sterling Eaves

Belinda Edwards

Andrew Margolis

Angie McMillan

This event is a great opportunity for the voters of Fulton County to learn about the candidates who want to judge some of the most serious crimes in Fulton County.

Questions? Contact us at

To see the complete May 24th nonpartisan general election ballot, please visit Sample Ballot.

Parking at The Trolley Barn:

The Trolley Barn has 15 on-site spaces on the side of the building and two handicap spaces at the main entrance. An additional 52 off-street spaces are available at two lots, one directly across the street from The Barn and one a half a block from The Barn. Parking is also available on both sides of Edgewood Avenue.

Public Transportation to The Trolley Barn:

The Trolley Barn is a short walk from the Inman Park – Reynoldstown MARTA station.