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Mitchell Endorses Davis In Mayoral Runoff

The former District 2 city council candidate told Patch early Monday afternoon of his support for J. Max Davis.


Former District 2 city council candidate Russell Mitchell endorsed J. Max Davis for mayor on Monday.

"I have had the pleasure of getting to know J.Max over the last two years and he has the leadership skills needed to guide our new city in the right direction, knowledge to be informed on day one, and most importantly, the passion about our new city’s bright future," Mitchell told Patch early Monday afternoon.

Davis is in a runoff with Sandy Murray to become the new city's first mayor in history.

Mitchell, a member of BrookhavenYES, was defeated by Jim Eyre in the District 2 city council campaign.

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Jack of Kings November 26, 2012 at 07:21 PM
Editor's Editor: "Mitchell, a member of BrookhavenYES, was defeated by Jim Eyre in the District 2 city council campaign." Should read: Mitchell, a member of BrookhavenYES, was defeated by Jim Eyre, a member of NO City Brookhaven, in the District 2 city council campaign.
Thomas T Telford November 26, 2012 at 09:16 PM
Phil, When you have your Patch, then you can say anything you like.
HamBurger November 26, 2012 at 10:32 PM
Mr. Phil, interesting how that turned out . . . Says something, no? Special hamburger and a Cheerwine?
Booyah November 26, 2012 at 11:29 PM
'No City' Eyre supports 'No City' Murray. Mr. Hamburger, interesting how that turned out... Says something, no? Special soy burger and a green tea?
Eddie E. November 27, 2012 at 12:03 AM
Phil, Better yet. 'mitchell, a person with dubious reason to run for office after pointlessly assisting in the effort to force the city into existence, used his lack of authoritative voice to 'endorse' the candidate who 'never considered running for office'. You did want to tell the truth didn't you?

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