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PWC BOCS:Submit your interview questions

By Greg L | 26 July 2006 | Prince William County | 1 Comment

Instead of requesting live blogs with candidates, at BVBL we will be soliciting questions from readers which we will forward to candidates in the form of an e-mail interview. Our first will be with declared candidates for the Chairman of the Prince William County Board of County Supervisor’s race — none whom have accepted a request for an email interview, but I’m reasonably certain they will.

Although liveblogs have sometimes been interesting, I often see soundbite answers without a whole lot of depth and want to give candidates an opportunity to present more detail in their responses. I think this format has the potential to be more informative, and it also avoids the technical issues that have made some liveblogs a challenge.

I will select five of the best questions submitted in the comments to this post, and add one of my own. Each candidate will get the same questions and have a day or two to provide responses, which will be posted on separate threads. So fire away, the floor is yours…



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  1. Riley, Not O'Reilly said on 27 Jul 2006 at 1:39 pm:
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    Greg,

    This is an excellent way to do things. That is pretty much what I did with our interview of Tom Kopko and that worked very well.

    http://virtuconindustries.blogspot.com/2006/05/conversation-with-pwc-gop-chairman-tom.html

    – Jim

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