Davis Endorsed By Former District 1 City Council Candidate

The Brookhaven mayoral contender also has received support from three influential Republican lawmakers.

Brookhaven mayoral candidate J. Max Davis has been endorsed by former Brookhaven city council district 1 candidate Alan Cole.

Cole, who finished third behind Kevin Fitzpatrick in the District 1 contest, has also endorsed Rebecca Chase Williams in the runoff next Tuesday, Dec. 4.

Davis has also been endorsed by another former city council candidate, Kerry Witt, who finished last in the District 4 race. Joe Gebbia and Karen Lord are in the District 4 runoff.

Davis has also received the endorsements of three influential GOP lawmakers: state Reps. Mike Jacobs and Ed Lindsey, and state Sen. Fran Millar. 

Jacobs was the author of the Brookhaven cityhood bill that voters approved on July 31.

Lindsey, who serves as his party's Majority Whip in the state House, represents Buckhead but also Historic Brookhaven, a community that tried unsuccessfully to change the name of the new city from Brookhaven to Ashford.

Millar represents a part of Brookhaven and most of Dunwoody in the state Senate.

John Galt November 30, 2012 at 02:52 PM
Quite the crowd of volunteers Sandy Murray has working the Peachtree/Dresden/Brookhaven Drive intersection this morning. Here is an idea Sandy & Tim -- instead of offering $10 to some kids you find hanging out at the MARTA station, why don't you find some voting Brookhaven residents to wave those silly signs. Your continuous disrespect for our intelligence is offensive. What a JOKE!
FreddieK November 30, 2012 at 02:56 PM
Yawn... the same people, doing the same thing, and about to do it to each of us for 4 years. To quote the Doors: "The future is uncertain and the end is always near"
John Galt November 30, 2012 at 03:07 PM
Freddie, not getting enough sleep? Those harrassing Sandy Murray phone calls keeping you up?
Prissy Mae Millendorf, Brookhaven Socialite December 01, 2012 at 08:36 PM
You hit the proverbial nail on the head Mr. Galt. Miss Sandy sent a young lady to our house. I smiled, thanked her, and asked that she tell Sandy "Goodbye".
Booyah December 01, 2012 at 10:00 PM
That young lady was most likely a 'paid' helper. The Democratic party is funding the sign wavers and the street walkers.


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