Neal Boortz (Left) and Kim “The Kimmer” Peterson (Right) are the keynote speakers for XTRA 106.3FM’s first Town Hall event!
The 2022 election season is almost upon us and the primaries once again have historical implications for city of Atlanta and the state of Georgia.

On Thursday, May 12th, join XTRA 106.3FM for an historic Town Hall Meeting presented by Atlanta Safe House with Atlanta Talk Radio Legends Neal Boortz and Kim “The Kimmer” Peterson!

Live on stage together for the first time in their long ATL radio history, Boortz and The Kimmer will take your questions pertaining to the candidates, changes to the Georgia voting laws, the candidates on the ballot, and MORE!

Mediated by Tug Cowart and Scott Rhino, Neal, Kimmer and special guests will dive into the issues facing our great nation, state and beloved city.




Neal Boortz is an Atlanta Radio legend and Georgia and National Radio Hall of Fame Member. A firm Libertarian, Boortz criticizes the major parties saying “I believe that the principal difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that the Democrats just want to grow our Imperial Federal Government a bit faster than the Republicans do.”
In line with the traditional views of the Libertarian Party, Boortz supports eliminating the War on Drugs, and emphasizing personal responsibility. He has repeatedly stated his belief that global climate change is not man-made.
Neal is also the author of numerous books including “The Fair Tax Book”, “The Fair Tax Book: Answering the Critics”, and “The Terrible Truth about Liberals” among his best sellers.

Kim Peterson (known to fans as “The Kimmer”) is a U.S. television and radio journalist and an Atlanta talk radio host who has been a presence in the ATL market for decades.
There’s no mistaking on which side of the political fence The Kimmer stands! His legendary rants against leftist political philosophies, democrat leaders and pop culture have a tendency to equally outrage his listeners and inform them as well.

 Formerly a United States Marine from 1966 to 1969, he served in Vietnam during the Vietnam War and was discharged as a sergeant. Before becoming a radio host, Peterson was a television anchor in Chicago and New Orleans.

Peterson is a big fan of the Marine’s Toys for Tots Christmas drives and only fears bears and fireflies….in that order!