Volunteer Sylvia Pazman adjusts a sign before the start of a Sandy Springs Perimeter Chamber of Commerce gathering offering a chance to “hobnob” with candidates. More than 30 candidates for state office, including several who are running for governor in the July 20 primary, were given about three minutes each to speak to the crowd that gathered June 28 on the patio outside the office building at 7000 Central Parkway in Sandy Springs. Pazman was on hand to support Darwin Carter, a candidate for agriculture commissioner.