Others writing herein have explained in great detail why Lee Davis is the best choice for Walden mayor as a matter of policy, and I second all of them. However, I want tell a story about Lee that speaks to his character.
When I had just begun practicing law in Chattanooga, I was asked by a court to help distribute a booklet written by Lee (who I did not then know) for newly graduated high school students. The booklet covered a huge array of real-world legal topics that should be but are not generally explained to teenagers—where was this when I was 18? Thoroughly impressed, I called Lee to tell him what a public service I thought he had rendered. He was gracious and humble, and obviously had no expectation of gain from his act.
This deeply impressed me about the kind of man Lee is—so much so that, before I even knew about all of the issues (which certainly favor Lee), I understood that he is the kind of public servant so sorely needed at all levels of government—honest, ethical, disinterested, and public-spirited. I strongly encourage Walden residents to vote for him.
Joseph Alan Jackson II
Signal Mountain (Walden)