The Sept. 10 broadcast opens with gubernatorial politics– the strategies of both Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp. Alexis Scott feels the hard left approach by Abrams to drive minorities to the polls is a winning one. Dick Williams praises the TV ad by wife Marty Kemp designed to appear to female voters. Phil Kent thinks the AJC gubernatorial poll done by a UGA center is flawed with 60 percent cell phone usage, while Tharon Johnson thinks the 45-45 percent candidate tie seems accurate. Phil blasts the Atlanta’s mayor’s policy of refusing to take any more criminal human, sex and drug traffickers from ICE for the jail; Tharon defends the decision. Other topics include Atlanta city hall transparency and the Gulch economic project.