Municipal Runoffs December 1

Ten metro-Atlanta municipalities will return to the polls on December 1.

Mayor of Roswell – Jere Wood (I) v. former city council member David Tolleson

Duluth City Council’s Post 3 – IT project manager Billy Jones v. adult educator Elise Whitworth

Lawrenceville City Council Post 3 –  retired businessman John Merrill v. community outreach manager Katie Hart Smith

Mayor of Clarkston – businessman Howard Tygrett v. current council member Pat Davis-Morris

Doraville City Council District 3 – attorney Karen Pachuta v. Bob Spangler (I)

Mayor of East Point – Joe Macon (I) v. Earnestine Pittman

East Point City Council Ward A – Greg Fann (I) v. Sharonda Hubbard

Forest Park City Council Ward 1 – Sparkle Adams (I) v. Thomas Smith Jr. 

Forest Park City Council Ward 2 – Karen-Brandee Williams v. Donald E. Wright

Mayor of Peachtree City – Don Haddix v. Cyndi Plunkett

Peachtree City Council Post 3 – Kim Learnard v. Robert Walsh

Peachtree City Council Post 1 – Eric Imker v. Beth Pullias

College Park City Council Ward 4 – Charles E. Phillips Sr. (I) v. April Wright-Wyatt

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4 responses to this post.

  1. […] 1 – Georgia Municipal Races The Georgia Zoning Blog has a great rundown on municipal runoffs around Atlanta. Check it […]

  2. I am curious, are all of these races non-partisan? And since they are suburbs, do they tend to be more conservative than Atlanta?

    Great post – thanks for the info

  3. These are all non-partisan elections. Conventional wisdom would say that the municipalities to the north of Atlanta are more conservative.

  4. […] Posted by Kyle Williams in Elections, Georgia Cities. Tagged: Elections. Leave a Comment Atlanta and 10 other metro-Atlanta cities return to the polls today to decide municipal run-offs.  GZB profiled the non-Atlanta the races here. […]

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