(Media release from Wendy Davis):
Rome City Commissioner Wendy Davis today announced she has entered the race for Congress in northwest Georgia’s 14th District.
“We need a true Northwest Georgia voice for our communities,” said Davis. “I’ll focus on getting results for our families, not chasing national attention with embarrassing, erratic conspiracy theories.”
While a Rome City Commissioner for the past eight years, Wendy has cut red tape to help businesses thrive and made city services more efficient and responsive. She’s a champion for sports as economic development and quality of life advancements, and was instrumental in bringing professional baseball to Rome.
Wendy’s years of service reveal her to be a leader who is never afraid to ask tough questions, and she is a determined advocate for neighborhoods and innovative ideas. Always committed to transparency, Wendy listens to citizens’ concerns and genuinely seeks active participation from all corners of the city.
“What matters most to me is making the lives of Northwest Georgians better,” Davis continued. “It doesn’t matter where an idea comes from – if it’s good for our families, our kids and our communities, I’ll work with anyone to make it a reality.”
\Commissioner Davis added: “We don’t need more obstruction and extremism out of Washington – it’s time to get things done again.”
“The person who we send to Washington to represent us should truly represent us,” Davis continued. “Instead, we have someone who only looks out for herself. She can be a social media star and cable news darling on her own time. She can push conspiracy theories and outlandish lies on her own dime.”
“We deserve a representative who will get things done for Northwest Georgia —a representative for US.. That’s who I’ve always been, and that’s who I’ll continue to be in Washington.”