In his closing comments near the end of the forum, Bodker addressed the voters about Marchetti and the campaign.
“The last thing I thought I’d be doing tonight is thanking you for four more years. I thought I’d be asking you for your vote,” Bodker said. “…I do hope that whatever is going on with Alex is nothing too bad. We’ve been talking throughout the campaign. Alex and I have known each other for more than 15 years and I certainly want what’s best for him and his family.”
The AJC has reached out to Marchetti’s campaign for comment.
Early voting in Johns Creek — and across all of Fulton County — began Monday. The election is set for Nov. 7.
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