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Subject: Re: Constituent blogger inquiry for my weekly GA-7th candidate Q&A: VIOLENCE AGAINST
WOMEN ACT & CONGRESSIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT
From: Peter Heimlich <peter.heimlich@gmail.com>
Date: 10/10/2018 1:12 PM
To: Jake Best <jakebest@carolyn4congress.com>

Hi Jake: Just a friendly reminder that I'm looking forward to Ms. Bourdeaux's answers to the
previous round of questions. Thanks for hanging in there, just one more after this, and I promise to
make it a shortie! Cheers, Peter

On 10/4/2018 5:03 PM, Peter Heimlich wrote:


You're welcome and big appreciation for your courtesy & professionalism!

Cheers and keep it rollin' -- Peter

On 10/4/2018 4:59 PM, Jake Best wrote:


Hey Peter,

That would be great! I'll definitely have these questions to you by next Thursday.

Thanks so much,
--
Jake Best
Communications Director, Carolyn Bourdeaux for Congress
(770) 342-9339
jakebest@carolyn4congress.com

On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 4:56 PM Peter Heimlich <peter.heimlich@gmail.com> wrote:


Hi Jake,

Thanks for this, I understand the situation, no apology required, and your suggestion is
welcome.

How about switching to every two weeks? You can answer my current questions by next
Thursday, Oct. 11 and then we'll have one more round for publication on 10/25. For that
last round I'll send my questions well ahead of time so you'll have almost two weeks to
respond.

Does that work for you?


Cheers, Peter

On 10/4/2018 4:21 PM, Jake Best wrote:


Hey Peter,

I deeply apologize, but I am not going to be able to give you answers to these questions by
tomorrow. As the campaign gets closer to Election Day, our workload is majorly increasing,
and I just have not had the time to get to this yet.

Going forward, I want to try to get these done every week, but I just cannot promise that it'll
get done every week. Might I suggest possibly changing to a few questions every 2 weeks
schedule, or something more like that?

I am very sorry, and hope you understand,


--
Jake Best
Communications Director, Carolyn Bourdeaux for Congress
(770) 342-9339
jakebest@carolyn4congress.com

On Thu, Oct 4, 2018 at 4:11 PM Peter Heimlich <peter.heimlich@gmail.com> wrote:


Hi Jake: Just checking on your answers for my blog tomorrow. Thanks, Peter

On Wed, Oct 3, 2018 at 12:02 PM Peter Heimlich <peter.heimlich@gmail.com> wrote:


Good morning gents,

Just a friendly reminder that I'm looking forward to receiving your answers to
this week's questions by end of the day tomorrow.

Cheers and thanks for your continued attention -- Peter

Peter M. Heimlich
Peachtree Corners, GA 30096 USA
ph: (208)474-7283
website: http://medfraud.info
blog: http://the-sidebar.com
e-mail: peter.heimlich@gmail.com
Twitter: @medfraud_pmh
bio: http://tinyurl.com/ych7o7dr

On 9/30/2018 4:11 PM, Peter Heimlich wrote:


Rep. Rob Woodall
% Derick Corbett
E-mailed to derick@robwoodall.com & Woodall@MAIL.HOUSE.GOV
Faxed to (770)232 -2909

Carolyn Bourdeaux
% Jake Best
E-mailed to jakebest@carolyn4congress.com &
carolyn@carolyn4congress.com

Good afternoon Rep. Woodall & Ms. Bourdeaux:

You'll recall I usually send questions for my weekly "constituent journalism"


Q&A series on Mondays, but today's a quiet Sunday and I've got a few
minutes, so here you go. I'm publishing on the morning of Friday, October 5,
so please send me your answers by end of the day Thursday, October 4.

Via Kavanaugh Controversy and Violence Against Women Act Collide on


Capitol Hill by Katherine Tully-McManus, Roll Call, September 24, 2018
http://tinyurl.com/y87sdg7s

(There is) a split on how and when to reauthorize the Violence


Against Women Act, which is set to expire at the end of
September. The House is expected to vote this week on a stopgap
spending bill that includes an extension through Dec. 7 of the
landmark anti-violence law, but many lawmakers would prefer a
full reauthorization.

1) Where do you stand on the current state of the the Violence Against
Women Act? Please feel free to elaborate.

From the same article:

One set of negotiations that is likely to slip past the midterms


are talks between House and Senate staff on competing bills to
overhaul the Congressional Accountability Act, which set up and
oversees the process for how sexual harassment complaints are
made and handled on Capitol Hill.

2) Where do you stand on the current state of the Congressional


Accountability Act? Please feel free to elaborate.

On behalf of GA 7th voters, thanks for your continued time/consideration


and I look forward to receiving and publishing your answers.

Cheers, Peter

Peter M. Heimlich
Peachtree Corners, GA 30096 USA
ph: (208)474-7283
website: http://medfraud.info
blog: http://the-sidebar.com
e-mail: peter.heimlich@gmail.com
Twitter: @medfraud_pmh
bio: http://tinyurl.com/ych7o7dr

cc: Katherine Tully-McManus, Jason Dick/Roll Call

--
Peter M. Heimlich
Peachtree Corners, Georgia 30096 USA
ph: (208)474-7283
website: http://medfraud.info
blog: http://the-sidebar.com
e-mail: peter.heimlich@gmail.com
https://twitter.com/medfraud_pmh