Why some are voting for me? Below is one voter FB response and post testimony

“Dave Marcus I am rarely coy or make insinuations unless it is about matters which I am investigating or that are under investigation. I support Dr. Diane Daniels Adoma for the position of Mayor and my reasons are as follows: Since it’s inception Stonecrest and the agencies it created have for the most part been no more than give aways and approvals for those who are connected to certain elected officials. This has been demonstrated by the manner in which COVID funds were disbursed and the current federal corruption charges. I also have a problem with the limited number of people who have been able to receive support, often including financial support, from these groups such as the Development Board. I will state clearly that my support in the Mayor’s race is with Diane Daniels Adoma. I base this not upon friendship as I have no political friends only political issues. Dr. Adoma spoke up and out loudly about specific problems in Stonecrest while she as a member of the City Council. She stated the need for auditing of city funds, including those which were being collected from outside sources. She spoke of the need for more transparency in how contracts were issued. She presented proposals which would have made Stonecrest competitive with areas such as Madison Yards, the 4th Ward and even a smaller version of Brookhaven. She spoke of the need for audits to insure monies were being properly spent and questioned many of the payments which were made. She spoke up and out about issues which are at the base of the current fiasco which is now occurring. For this she was ridiculed by supporters of Jason Lary and often he himself.

And the sad thing is many citizens, not knowing the facts, jumped in. Not one member of City Council asked the most vague questions concerning the disbursement of taxpayer funds.

Jazzmin Cobble has stated she wants to continue the manner in which Stonecrest has been moving. I find this extremely troubling considering the federal corruption charges and the fact there may be more to come. She has remained silent on all of the issues of alleged misappropriations raised by then City Councilperson Dr. Diane Daniels Adoma until Jason Lary and his supporters came after her. She did successfully defend herself in Court. However, one must realize her case and that of Dr. Adoma are completely different and are like comparing apples and onions. Mrs. Cobble, has failed to state a clear and precise platform, instead using generic political ideas and proposals which have rarely come to fruition. Mrs. Cobble, to the best of my knowledge, has not come out in support of a full forensic audit. This is despite the fact there are serious allegations of misappropriation of city funds, including federal indictments and she works as some sort of account fact checker for the state of Georgia. I am sure in that position she does all she can to insure STATE money is spent in the best way possible.

I also have heard that MRS. COBBLE IS STATING SHE IS THE ONE WHO GATHERED AND/OR PRESENTED THE INFORMATION RESULTING IN THE CURRENT FEDERAL COVID FEDERAL CORRUPTION CHARGES. If she is in fact saying this, nothing could be further from the truth. As many of you know I own a private investigation agency. Prior to the start of COVID I was approached by a group of citizens who were concerned about certain spending by Stonecrest. Although those issues were not about COVID it was during the investigation by these citizens, of which Mrs. Cobble was not included, that lead to the discovery of the misuse of city credit cards and eventually the misuse of COVID monies.

Dave I hope the above is clear, precise and answers any questions you may have about my position on the stated issue. If not, please feel free to ask for additional information. Diane Dele Donna Thad Jeff Marc Ed

What have we accomplished since we launched?
More than 33 women across the United States have advanced in their knowledge and are certified or in pending certifications in various categories. My winner this month is Valerie Harris in her own

Valerie Harris, MBA
I was an international flight attendant for a major airline for most of my career. In 2012, I earned a MBA in Management and An Executive Master’s in Marketing and went to work as a Merchandising/Inventory Specialist for Walmart, in Charlotte, NC, and was responsible for 15 Walmart Superstores. Two years of working with Walmart, I became so “burned out” with my work life that I knew it was time for a change. After 2 years of prayer, I realized it was being called back to Atlanta, GA. I moved back to Atlanta with a position as a Concourse Manager at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and thought I was where I had found my niche. But little did I know, God had another plan for me. I was in church and heard about the 100 Women/100 Million Project and decided to investigate.

Well, since joining this program I have completed the following:

-successfully started and registered my company, Secure Transportation, LLC, with the Georgia Secretary of State,

– applied and received an EIN number with the IRS, Dun & Bradstreet number, Sams number,

-certified my business as WOSB, minority owned business,

-have my NAICS, PSC and NIGP codes, for securing contracts,

-registered my business with GA-DOAS, the state of Georgia,

-became a active client with GTPAC, Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center,

-attended many educational seminars and have gained access to major state and federal bidding systems.

Valerie Harris, MBA

100 Women 100 Million Dollar Project

Service Before Self

Media Contact: Mrs. Diane Adoma Phone: 678-612-5175 Email: [email protected]


February 20, 2014, Conyers, GA, The Conyers Rotary Club will begin a campaign to eradicate hunger in their local community future and the Conyers Rotary club will lead the initiative by dedicating a catalyst day to emphasize this critical need in our communities. We change lives. This effort will be duplicated by more than 1,580 clubs from Delaware to Trinidad. Our children are our future and Conyers Rotary club will give one full day of attention to this critical need in our communities. Local officials will join in this celebration, along with Senator Ronald Ramsey who will issue a Senate Resolution declaring February 14, 2014, as “Rotary Has Heart”. The ceremony will occur at 12:00 noon at Cameron Hall at 1035 Green Street, Conyers, GA. The local Rotary Has Heart Chair coordinator, Diane Adoma and President Neal Sanford of Conyers Rotary Club will present a check from Rotarians to the local food bank to feed children. In the United States, more than one out of five children lives in a household with food insecurity, which means they do not always know where they will find their next meal. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 16.7 million children under 18 in the United States live in this condition – unable to consistently access nutritious and adequate amounts of food necessary for a healthy life. If your club does not already have a plan to do something to feed hungry children on Valentine’s Day, begin now to look for a way to help. Rotary International is an international service organization whose purpose is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world. It is open to persons regardless of race, color, creed, religion, gender or political preference. For additional information on the Conyers Rotary Club, please contact “Rotary Has Heart” coordinator, Diane Adoma at 678-612-5175 or visit Facebook/rotaryhasheart, www.rotaryinternational.org.

Congressional Proclamation Recognition


HON. HENRY C.”HANK” JOHNSON, JR. of georgia in the house of representatives Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Mr JOHNSON of Georgia. Mr Speaker, I submit the following Proclamation. Whereas, The Conyers Rotary Club is a beacon of light to our district; and Whereas, today, The Conyers Rotary Club, in concert with thousands of clubs across the nation and the world, has launched a campaign to help eradicate hunger; and Whereas, club President Neal Sanford, the “Rotary Has Heart” Chair Diane Adoma and the entire local Rotary membership are stepping up with funding for the local Food Bank; and Whereas, this remarkable organization is showing its heart by giving hope to the hopeless, feeding the hungry and empowering our community; and Whereas, The Conyers Rotary Club has for many years produced, people of compassion, people of great courage, fearless leaders and most of all visionaries who have shared their resources with citizens throughout Rockdale County; and Whereas, the U.S. Representative has set aside this day to honour and recognize the Conyers Rotary Club for their leadership on this day of heartwarming community service; now, therefore, I, Henry C. Hank” Johnson, Jr. do hereby proclaim February 13, 2014, as Rotary Has HeartDay in the 4th Congressional District of Georgia. Proclaimed, this 13th day of February, 2014.