JOHNS CREEK, GA – In what promises to be a robust electoral campaign, 10 residents qualified as candidates for the Johns Creek City Council Election set for Tuesday, Nov. 7.
Candidates have lined up so that no seat is unopposed.
Post 3 is the liveliest, with four seeking the seat that has no incumbent. Councilwoman Cori Davenport is not seeking re-election. Four candidates qualified for her Post 3 spot.
The qualifying candidates are:
Post 1: Leonard “Lenny” Zaprowski (incumbent) and Issure Chen Yang have qualified as candidates for Johns Creek City Council Post 1.
Post 3: Vicki Horton, Richard “Trey” Holladay, John Bradberry and Mark Venco have qualified as candidates for Johns Creek City Council Post 3. (No incumbent).
Post 5: Stephanie Endres (incumbent) and Chris Jackson have qualified as candidates for Johns Creek City Council Post 5.
Mayor: Mike Bodker (incumbent) and Alex Marchetti have qualified as candidates for mayor.
The deadline for Johns Creek residents to register to vote is Wednesday, Oct. 10. Early voting will be held Oct. 16 through Nov. 3 and early voting locations will be posted on the Fulton County elections website.
Absentee voters can view application information on the Fulton County elections website.
Voters can find their polling place on the Georgia Secretary of State website.