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3 days ago

Like Mike 4 Cobb

I have written that leadership is seeing the consequences of our actions further in the future than those around us can. But perhaps an even more important ingredient is having the confidence and courage to take the necessary steps to implement the necessary measures to ensure success. I am not going to tell you that last March I could see the future. But I did know that doing nothing was not an option. Today, as I see that County schools will return children to the classroom in early October, that the County positivity rate of testing for the virus is less than the CDC standard of 5%, and that people are going back to work, I can take some satisfaction in knowing that some of my hard work and confidence in our staff, our community partners and, most importantly, the people of Cobb County, is paying off.

We can’t become complacent and I am confident we shall not. But last week, I savored the Braves winning their 3d consecutive National League East Division title, watching SEC football, and holding the new baby of my campaign strategist and his wife. And today, a good friend gave me one of the best gifts ever: a 16 oz bar of Old Fashion Claxton Fruit Cake. Tomorrow I go back to climbing driveways as I canvas. But tonight, it’s Netflix with Judy and some of that fruit cake. May your life as blessed as ours is here in Cobb County.
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I have written that leadership is seeing the consequences of our actions further in the future than those around us can.  But perhaps an even more important ingredient is having the confidence and courage to take the necessary steps to implement the necessary measures to ensure success.  I am not going to tell you that last March I could see the future.  But I did know that doing nothing was not an option.  Today, as I see that County schools will return children to the classroom in early October, that the County  positivity rate of testing for the virus is less than the CDC standard of 5%, and that people are going back to work,  I can take some satisfaction in knowing that some of my hard work and confidence in our staff, our community partners and, most importantly, the people of Cobb County, is paying off.

We can’t become complacent and I am confident we shall not.  But last week, I savored the Braves winning their 3d consecutive National League East Division title, watching SEC football, and holding the new baby of my campaign strategist and his wife.  And today, a good friend gave me one of the best gifts ever: a 16 oz bar of Old Fashion Claxton Fruit Cake.  Tomorrow I go back to climbing driveways as I canvas.  But tonight, it’s Netflix with Judy and some of that fruit cake.  May your life as blessed as ours is here in Cobb County.Image attachment

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Vote for Mike...my family and I WILL.

Good luck Mike! What a blessing to hold that little baby! Miss you and Judy!

A sweet baby in your arms, Mike!

I love the picture of you and the baby. 💜

Enjoy my brother!

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1 week ago

Like Mike 4 Cobb

It is Saturday morning at Word of Faith Cathedral near 6 Flags and I am there to support the COVID 19 testing organized by Congressman David Scott. Perhaps no better picture illustrates the kind of relationships that I built with the many leaders of the Cobb community. Along with Congressman Scott, I am speaking with Ollie Clemons, the mayor of Austell, Dr Janet Memark, the Director of Cobb Public Health, and Dr Chris Boyd, an associate minister with the Cathedral. We were all there for one purpose—to support a program that protects the health of our citizens, regardless of their walk-in life. True leadership. It starts at the top. ...

It is Saturday morning at Word of Faith Cathedral near 6 Flags and I am there to support the COVID 19 testing organized by Congressman David Scott.  Perhaps no better picture illustrates the kind of relationships that I built with the many leaders of the Cobb community.  Along with Congressman Scott, I am speaking with Ollie Clemons, the mayor of Austell, Dr Janet Memark, the Director of Cobb Public Health, and Dr Chris Boyd, an associate minister with the Cathedral.  We were all there for one purpose—to support a program that protects the health of our citizens, regardless of their walk-in life.  True leadership.  It starts at the top.

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