A committed decision to give back to the city that molded him into the man he is today
Vying for the District 56 in the Georgia House of Representatives for a second go-around, Darryl is gearing to take on the challenges that has faced the district for far too long. Due to a tragic injury that affecting his prior campaign, this time has allowed him to identify the key issues surrounding his community and local neighbors.
“I became an educator because I believe that educators singlehandedly change lives every day. It is for this reason that I fully embrace this next challenge in my life.
The focus areas of his campaign are centered around his Fifteen Point Plan, which is designed to highlight every entity of the district and provide a deeper understanding and his stance on these issues. Whether it's Georgians having the required access to help improve the quality of life or providing affordable housing for Georgians to live, work and play in their communities without the worries of increased rent and property taxes forcing them out, Darryl finds its important to address these issues head on.
Our community is owed a better living and support system and this candidacy believes it is time for a change.