Davis announces bid to run for District 80 seat
by Staff Reports
10:38 PM, Thursday, May 28
Brookhaven Mayor J. Max Davis last week announced his intention to run in the July 14 special election for Georgia House District 80. Rep. Mike Jacobs, R-Brookhaven, has represented the district for more than a decade. Jacobs is vacating the seat ...

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