A fun week on the campaign trail that featured people from all walks of life, from current elected officials to former ones, from auctioneers to small business owners, from campaign workers to campaign stops. Slowly but surely we are building the foundations for the grassroots movement that will bring honest and open government to Cobb County.
The Panorama of Cobb
The rich texture of our county’s culture was evident during the last few days as I traveled across Cobb. From church picnics and men’s groups to focus groups, from theater performances to support groups, from civic organizations to volunteer programs, all reflected the warmth that marks us citizens of Cobb and America. Our message continues to be well received: A call for electing a chairman who wants the people in Cobb to have a voice in their government, a government which they want to be open and transparent and led by a leader with trust and integrity.
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A Fun Day on the Campaign Trail
What an amazing weekend on the campaign trail. Saturday began early with the ordination ceremony for my brother in Christ Joe Profit, former running back for the Atlanta Falcons. Then our versatile volunteers swept back the flood waters at our assigned pavilion at Oregon Park and hosted our picnic where we met and fed more a legion of voters, primarily from West Cobb. I ended the afternoon by dropping in at the 6th Annual Georgia Robotics Invitational Tournament and Showcase (GRITS) at Walton High School. The future of America was clearly in evidence in the smart and enthusiastic young men and women at that event. We live in a wonderful county and country; it was clearly on display today.