I am honored to serve as a commissioner of District 4 in Cobb, one of Georgia's largest and most lauded counties due to its well-run government, strong business community, great schools, and tourist amenities.
District 4 is home to great attractions like Six Flags Park, Silver Comet Trail, the Mable House Amphitheater and the new Riverside Epicenter.
The District also boasts a strong industrial core with companies like Yancey, YKK, and Prime Power and the District also has convenient access to downtown Atlanta, Hartsfield Jackson, CSX Rail which is also in the District, and Interstates I-20 and I-285.
Most significantly District 4 has great people who work hard everyday to create and maintain a communities that are safe, welcoming, and attractive to those who live here, do business here, and visit here.
I am excited about all we have accomplished during my first term in office in better cleaning our corridors, attracting new businesses, establishing a new transit service, strengthening our Redevelopment Authority, and most importantly better engaging our residents.
Let's continue to work together to keep moving District 4 forward not just for today, but for the generations to follow.
NewsThursday, August 23, 2012 10:54 PM
Lisa Cupid thanks voters.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 1:41 AM
Lisa Cupid won in her first attempt at political office Tuesday, ending southwest Cobb Commissioner Woody Thompson’s quest for a fourth term in office by more than three-to-one.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 12:00 AM
With all precincts reporting, the 35-year-old law and public administration student defeated the three-term incumbent in Tuesday's Democratic runoff.
Monday, August 20, 2012 10:45 PM
My campaign was built on the slogan of me being a partner for Cobb. I ask for your help in its fulfillment.
Please vote Tuesday, August 21 for Lisa Cupid in the Democratic runoff.
Thursday, August 16, 2012 1:01 AM
Lisa Cupid said she is running to replace southwest Cobb Commissioner Woody Thompson because the area needs better representation.
August 16 front page of Marietta Daily Journal