253 days left until the Republican Primary on May 24th, 2016.

Professor Wilfred Clay from the University of Oklahoma wrote recently about the “privileges and burden” that come with our “civic and moral duties (as) citizens.”  He further noted that “democracy…depends upon the active participation of its citizens in their own governance.”  Last Saturday we saw that commitment to action by many members of our campaign team during the East Cobber Parade and Festival.  They left Saturday knowing they had made a difference and will be able to say that they were there at the beginning of an era when we righted the ship of government and once again made it one that was open and transparent and led by a leader with trust and integrity.

We would like you to be part of that legacy by volunteering and donating today.  Be part of the future of the New Cobb!


259.  That is how many days are left until the Primary on May 24th, 2016.  And the Republican candidate emerging from the Primary is traditionally the next Chairman.

What we do in the next few months in getting our name in front of the voters and raising funds is absolutely critical in preparing ourselves for the most difficult of all political challenges:  Running against an incumbent.  What we accomplish in September and October decides the depth and breadth of our Get out the Vote efforts after New Year’s which decides the outcome in the May Primary.  So you may want to consider how effective your support will be by delaying becoming involved until the New Year.

After 6 months of listening to voters in Cobb, I know we have the cause that resonates with the people.  They want a Chairman who believes in open and transparent government and is committed to integrity and trust as your leader.    You can help make that a reality by becoming involved.  Find yourself in one of the pictures of the weekly update.   Volunteer and donate today!!


Today is my birthday and it has been filled with many gifts of grace in the form of friends, family and wonderful and warm birthday greetings on Facebook and elsewhere from campaign supporters. I have said it many times that I have never had a bad day on the campaign trail because all of them have been filled with meeting people who live in Cobb County and elsewhere. Today was a great example of that.

Last Friday night, Judy and some campaign workers were at Marietta Square for their monthly concert. There is just one word to describe the evening—fun. Just think, a couple thousand people all jammed into one place and all of them prospective voters. Think how long it would take to knock on doors to meet that many voters. Needless to say we made the most of it and by the time the music started, there were a lot of people wearing Mike Boyce for Chairman stickers.

We have a crowd for the East Cobber parade on Saturday,10 October but the more the merrier. Everyone receives a free campaign t-shirt and more importantly you are guaranteed to have fun. Click on the Volunteer button or go to volunteers@likemike4cobb.com and register. Do something today that will be something that you can talk about tomorrow. Make a difference. Get involved.