The Georgia Alliance for Ethics Reform stopped in Albany on Wednesday during a 9-city tour of the state speaking about ethics.
Republican State Senator representing District 29, Josh McKoon teamed up with William Perry of Common Cause Georgia to lead a public discussion to try and get input from the community.
McKoon says there's been a 2-year debate about ethics reform and the piece that's been missing is having ordinary Georgians to weigh in on the debate.
Organizers hope to get opinions from the the public of what they believe ethics reform should look like and what areas need the most work.
McKoon says even if one person shows up, they're still happy to have gathered input to take on to their next stop.