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Viola Davis has been part of this community for many years, working tirelessly to make it a better place.
How Viola Davis Works for You!
She Helped Build Coalitions to Solve Problems:
Viola Davis has a history of serving with several coalitions to help solve problems such as:
Over-Billing of Water/Sewer Services - Viola helped build a coalition to expose over-billing in DeKalb County’s Water/Sewer Department and push for a moratorium on water cut off until the problems are corrected.
Cell Towers on School Grounds - Viola helped build a coalition to place a non-binding cell tower referendum on the ballot. Victory - 75,073 votes (over 62%) agreed to no cell towers on school grounds in DeKalb County.
Landfills - Viola helped build a coalition to help reduce the number of landfills in South DeKalb from approximately 10 down to 2-3.
Sewage Spills and Violation of DeKalb’s Consent Decree - Viola helped build a coalition to expose the violation of DeKalb County Consent Decree and increase number of sewage spills.
Save school accreditation by pushing for “back up” accreditation - Viola helped build a coalition to bring North and South DeKalb together to return the DeKalb County School System to full accreditation and ensure a “backup” accreditation.
Government Corruption - Viola helped expose government corruption on the local and state level by being a member of watchdog organizations that held government agencies and staff accountable.
2012 TSPLOST Referendum - Viola was a top strategist in a two year fight to stop the passage of the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST) in 2012.
Viola Davis knows the value of being a public servant and building coalitions. That's why she ran for the Georgia House District 87 position. Help her help you.
We want to thank the creator for helping us with this miracle! We want to thank our supporters and hard workers. Our Employers (taxpayers and voters) hired Representative Viola Davis as their "new employee"!
Viola Davis - 3,536 (56%)
Earnest Williams (I) - 2,778 (44%)
Viola Davis "won" the race in 2018 with your help. Social Media, door-to-door delivery of flyers, word-of-mouth, and donating are all ways of helping us to continue to achieve our goals together. Will you help?
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District 87 State Representative
Together, We’ll achieve magnificent things!
As a Soldier/Veteran…I served my Country
As a Registered Nurse…I serve my Patients
As a Community Missionary…I serve God
As District 87 State Representative…I serve Taxpayers & Voters
I’m working for you!
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· Call ten of your family members and/or friends to ask them to re-elect Viola Davis for District 87 State Representative
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ABOUT VIOLA DAVIS
Viola Davis is the Co-Founder of Unhappy Taxpayer & Voter and longtime resident/watchdog of DeKalb County. She joined the Fulton County Taxpayer Foundation to receive training on property tax appeals and to extend property tax appeal services into DeKalb County especially within the incorporated City of Atlanta in DeKalb and South Fulton as an Outreach Coordinator. After formal training with the Taxpayer Foundation, Davis moved on to blog on the Patch and Crossroads News on public, state, and tax issues.
Viola Davis started her career of community service as an actual plaintiff in the Brown vs. Board of Education filed by the late Charles Scott Sr., mentor to her mother, Ruby Davis. She has over ten years’ experience servicing the DeKalb County community by educating the public about waste, mismanagement, and inefficiency in local and state government.
Davis leads the fight to secure close to 5 million dollars to properly close a 25-acre abandon bankrupt landfill named Scales Landfill, the state’s largest trust fund award to cap a landfill. She was a top strategist in a two-year fight to stop the passage of the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (TSPLOST). She joined with a coalition to place a non-binding cell tower referendum on the ballot. Victory - 75,073 votes (over 62%) agreed to no cell towers on school grounds in DeKalb County.
She has over ten years working successfully on major legislation. She went on be the founder of two missions which are Restore DeKalb and Restore MARTA.
She is an honor graduate of the Medical College of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing with over 23 years experience as a critical care nurse, administrator, and instructor. Davis was a licensed realtor and received her license in 1997. Davis was a business owner and operated a hair salon call Express Cuts on Memorial Drive in DeKalb County with her sister, the late Annie Mae Davis, better known as Jackie.
Viola Davis is an honorably discharged Commissioned Officer of the United States Army and Airborne. She comes from a family of veterans and works hard to advocae for homeless veterans. She pledged Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Davis loves a challenge and seeks to educate the public on local and state legislation.
Sworn-in January 14, 2019
Insurance - Member
Science and Technology - Member
Interstate Cooperation - Member
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