Dunwoody Mayor's Race: Mike Davis Launches Campaign
22-year Dunwoody resident will hold meet and greet at Village Burger
Mike Davis has launched a campaign to become the next Mayor of Dunwoody.
Davis has launched a Facebook page declaring his candidacy.
“Mike is a smart business person who has given his time and talents to many community initiatives,” said Heyward Wescott, Davis’ campaign manager, in a statement on Davis' website. “He’s an active participant in the business of the city and has a strong understanding of the issues facing our young city.”
Davis was active in establishment of Dunwoody as a city, and has helped on the campaigns of both Tom Taylor's State House bid and Denis Shortal's campaign for his City Council seat.
According to his bio, Davis is a member of the Georgetown sounding board, the Chamber of Commerce's economic development committee and past president of the Mill Glen Swim and Tennis Club.
He is married with four children and lives just north of Dunwoody Village.
He'll have a campaign event Thursday night at Village Burger at 7:30 p.m.