Dunwoody businessman Mike Davis has announced he will run for mayor.
Davis, who was a board member of the cityhood advocacy group Dunwoody Yes, is the third man to declare his candidacy in Dunwoody’s mayoral race.
Davis said he wants to step in to help keep the city on the right track after Mayor Ken Wright’s term ends. Wright will not be running for a second term.
“I was very involved in creation of the city of Dunwoody and I don’t want to see our efforts spoiled,” Davis said. “I’ve got the time and the willingness to serve and I think I’m the right guy.”
Bob Dallas told the Dunwoody Homeowners Association June 5 that he will be running for mayor. Dallas served as the director of the Governors Office of Highway Safety under former Gov. Sonny Perdue.
James Sibold, a former DeKalb County Republican Party chairman, also addressed the homeowners association about his intentions to run for mayor.