Dick Jones to run to ten Alpharetta polling precincts on Tuesday, November 8.
Donald Mitchell is running for Alpharetta City Council and Dick Jones, an accomplished marathoner, is running for Donald….literally.
Jones, 56, will run to 10 different polling locations in Alpharetta in an effort to raise awareness and increase voter turnout. When asked why he wants to do this for Donald Mitchell, he says, “Donald is running for office, and I’m running for Donald because I believe in the Fresh Vision he has for Alpharetta. Sure, this takes commitment, but it’s nothing compared to the commitment Donald Mitchell has to advancing Alpharetta and making it the premier city it can be.”
Jones will begin his run at 7:00 a.m. at AP01 (New Prospect Elementary) and plans to run to 10 precincts in Alpharetta on his way to finishing at AP14 at Ocee Elementary, a total of 18 miles. When asked how he will stay motivated, he says “It’s easy to maintain motivation because I will be anticipating celebrating Donald Mitchell’s victory at Pure Restaurant later that night! If you see me running on Election Day, please honk. Better yet, please go vote for Donald Mitchell. If I believe in him enough to do this, I can assure you that he is worth your vote.” Any runners out there that would like to run with Dick, please contact email@example.com.
Donald Mitchell’s responses to the 2011 Voter Guide, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Georgia, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WSB-TV are available on the Voter Guide website at ajc.com/voterguide.
Here Donald is shown receiving the 1st shipment of containers for Alpharetta. The flowering container program is a project very special to Donald. Larry Attig, Dick Debban, Donald and others have been working to improve the curb appeal of Downtown. With in two weeks the public should be able to see the fall flowers along Canton and Roswell streets and Milton Ave. Later they will also be placed along Main Street. Thanks to the Downtown Alpharetta Trade Association, our Mayor and City Council voted unanimously to increase the curb appeal of Alpharetta we will all enjoy these for years to come. These planters will be replanted 3 times a year and maintained throughout the year. Creating curb appeal is just one of many ways to bring more business to Alpharetta.
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Voters may request to receive an absentee ballot by mail by faxing their request to 404-730-8839 by Nov. 4. Voters can also cast their ballots at their assigned voting precinct on Election Day – Tuesday, Nov. 8, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more information, visit the Fulton County Registration & Elections site.
If you’re invested in helping to elect Donald Mitchell to the Alpharetta City Council in the upcoming City of Alpharetta election, we will be holding a Volunteers meeting on Wednesday, October 19, from 6:30-8:00 pm.
We will be discussing and assigning upcoming volunteer opportunities as we head into the last few weeks of this campaign. The agenda for the meeting is as follows:
Introduction of Donald Mitchell and campaign platform
Discussion of Volunteer Opportunities
Assignment of Responsibilities and Logistics
If you’re interested in attending this meeting, please contact us for further details:
Donald Mitchell was pleased to meet all of the nice people that live in the area on Tuesday night. They discussed the importance of continuing to have persons of integrity & honesty in public office. Donald is open and available to meet with any and all groups. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to schedule a meeting.
The Kimball Bridge Coalition had an excellent candidate forum on Sunday Night. We were able to hear from the majority of the mayoral and city council candidates. It was both exciting and nerve racking as we sought to expound on all of our ideas. I enjoyed meeting so many folks from Kimball Bridge and Windward. This forum has become an excellent opportunity for the general public to make decisions for the future of Alpharetta. As I was speaking, I realized just how lucky I am to have this opportunity to serve Alpharetta. It is a great place to live!