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Welcome

Four years ago we embarked on a journey together and together we have brought new life and excitement to the City of Powder Springs.


There is a buzz of energy within the city and outside of the city, people are taking notice!  In four short years, and with your help, we have accomplished much.  At the heart of this will be our new Town Square and amphitheater in our revitalized downtown area. New townhomes, a Brew Pub and renovated 120 year old Country Store building will re-energize downtown while preserving and honoring our history.


With the help of private investment, everywhere you look there is new residential and commercial construction under way. The Linear Park has been expanded, a new soccer facility will break ground soon,  new restaurants and a new $38 million dollar senior care facility and many other projects are on the way. But there is still muchwork to be done. I need your help to continue the mission we started, a mission to improve and enhance the quality of life for all of our residents. 


Thanks for your past support .  My committment to you is to continue to work tirelessly to represent our city in an ethical, transparent and positive way.  I would welcome your vote on Nov. 5.

WHY PATRICK IS THE RIGHT CHOICE

A LEADER WORKING FOR THE COMMUNITY

Patrick is driven by a passion to make Powder Springs THE best place to live in Cobb County and to improve the quality of life for all of its residents. In only his first term in office Patrick has emerged as an energetic and respected leader not just in Powder Spring but throughout Cobb County and at the State Capitol.

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

As Mayor Pro Tem he has played an important role in shaping the policies which have led to a boom of business 

investment and a rebirth of community spirit. Today Powder Springs is striding confidently into a brighter future while preserving and celebrating our history. 

TAKING A LEADING ROLE

Patrick has raised the bar on what a city councilman can do.  As President of the Cobb Municipal Association he has forged relationships with elected officials in each of Cobb counties cities and our county Commissioners, consulting with them on the common issues which affect all of us.  He has worked with our legislative delegation to make sure that the needs of our community are heard and met during the legislative session.  

PUBLIC SAFETY

As liaison to the Powder Springs Police Department he has teamed with our public safety leaders to create a police 

department which is second to none and is working every day to keep our residents safe while recruiting and retaining the 

best and brightest officers available.

TOP PRIORITIES

  • Public Safety


  • Continue Economic Growth


  •  Infrastructure Improvements


  • Transparency & Accountability


  • Maximizing Current Resource

        

  • Maintain Fiscal Management


  • Collaboration and Consensus

COMMUNITY SERVICE

                        VOLUNTEER

  • Country Walk Subdivision HOA Board. 1998-1999
  • Lost Lake Subdivision HOA board. 2005-2006


                    PUBLIC SERVICE

  • Elected to the Powder Springs City Council, Post 1.  2015
  • Mayor Pro-Tem. Selected by his peers on city council.  Current
  • President of the Cobb Municipal Association (CMA). 2018

ABOUT PATRICK

As a 28 year resident, Powder Springs has been the place where his wife, Donna, and their two children have called home. He is a graduate of Louisiana State University with a degree in Political Science and course work in public policy. 


During this time in Powder Springs, Patrick has been recognized as a dedicated community leader.  He has served on his HOA board, the Downtown Authority of Powder Springs (DAPS) and the Powder Springs Planning and Zoning Commission. 


In 2016, Patrick was overwhelming elected to the Powder Springs City Council, Post 1. In 2017, he was elected by his peers on city council to serve as Mayor Pro-Tem of Powder Springs City Council. His common-sense, transparent, and collaborative approach to public service has resulted in $70 million dollars of community investments, making Powder Springs the fastest growing city in Cobb County.  


Patrick is running for re-election because he wants the city to continue to focus on community-oriented development and in creating a strong business environment.  


Thanks for your support and remember to vote on November 5 for Patrick Bordelon, City Council, Post 1. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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MEET AND GREAT

October 12, 2019

4:30-6:30


Location: 3290 Country Walk Drive, Powder Springs, GA. 



Come out and talk with Patrick and Nancy Hudson, candidates for at-large City Council seats. Take this opportunity to discuss with them issues that are important to you. 

CANDIDATES FORM

Thursday, October 17th, 2019

6:30-8:30


Presented by the Powder Springs Community Task Force


Moderated by: Ms. Tonia Rowland-Toastmasters


Ron Anderson Community Center

3820 Macedonia Rd.

Powder Springs, GA 30127

Early Voting Begins

Whitlock Office

736 Whitlock Ave NW 

#400,

Marietta, GA 30064

10/14 - 11/1

8am-5pm


Powder Springs 

Community Development Building.

4488 Pineview Drive 

Powder Springs, GA 30127

10/28 - 11/1

9am-5pm






 


Contribute

Please take a moment to make a donation to a campaign which will allow us to continue the partnership we started four years ago. Every little bit helps and please feel free to share the link to this fundraising page with your friends. https://www.gofundme.com/patrick-for-powder-springs-2019

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