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A Closer Look Q&A: a Graphic Recording 

INKY BRITTANY, aka Brittany Curry, practices a form of journalism called "graphic recording."

The idea is to chronicle in real-time her impressions and observations into a series of illustrations. The results often tell the story better and more intuitively than other forms of communication.

This week Brittany contributes a graphic recording of a recent Q&A session on April 22 between local citizen advocate, good governance advocate, and all around Savannah legend Tom Kohler, and Chatham County Commission candidate Clinton Edminster, of Starlandia Art Supply fame, among many civic pursuits.

Along with discussing his policy ideas, Edminster spoke with Kohler about his background, including stints on The Creative Coast and Chatham Area Transit boards as well as the recently formed Thomas Square Neighborhood Association.

Unlike the nonpartisan City of Savannah elected positions, Chatham County Commission races are partisan (Edminster is running as a Democrat).

The primary, originally scheduled for May 19, has been postponed all the way to June 9 due to the pandemic.

The general election is in November.

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