Lubbock Businessman To Announce Bid For Mayor - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/28/05

Lubbock Businessman To Announce Bid For Mayor

A member of the Lubbock medical community is expected to announce his candidacy for mayor Tuesday.

David Miller is set to officially announce his intent to run for Lubbock Mayor in 2006, Tuesday morning. Miller is MedGroup's Chairman of the Board.

NewsChannel 11 checked with the city secretary's office Monday afternoon and Miller is the only person who's officially filed paperwork to raise campaign funds for the mayoral position. Current Mayor Marc McDougal has announced he will not seek re-election and City Councilman Tom Martin has expressed interest in the position but has said he will not make a decision until June.

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