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Election Guide: Today's Runoff Election for Mayor, City Council Post 4

Bob Dallas and Mike Davis face off in Mayor's Race, Terry Nall and incumbent Robert Wittenstein face off in City Council Post 4 Race

Today is the runoff election for two seats on Dunwoody's City Council.

The two top vote-getters in the Nov. 8 election will be on Tuesday's ballot

For the mayor's seat those candidates are Bob Dallas and Mike Davis.

For City Council Post 4 (Distrct 1, at large) the candidates are Terry Nall and incumbent Robert Wittenstein.

Here are the candidate questionnaires each of these candidates filled out prior to the general election:

Here are links to the debates and forums held prior to the general election (no debates were held between the general election and runoff):

Dunwoody Homeowners Association (, )

 

 

The candidate guide from the League of Women Voters for the mayor's race and City Council Post 4.

Check your registration and poll location here.

Attached to this story are the most recent filings for campaign contributions and campaign expenditures for all four candidates.

Max December 06, 2011 at 01:55 AM
Read this and then decide! http://dunwoody.patch.com/articles/dunwoody-mayors-race-mike-davis-launches-campaign
Heyward December 06, 2011 at 04:50 PM
May I personally encourage everyone to go out and VOTE!!!
Brent December 06, 2011 at 06:43 PM
Run-off elections tend to have very low voter participation. EACH vote has a tremendous impact. Please vote today!
Kerry December 06, 2011 at 07:04 PM
Any inconvenience imposed on you by this inclement weather pales in comparison to the sacrifices made by those that have served our country on your behalf to protect your right to vote! Participate and make a difference.
Joe Seconder December 06, 2011 at 08:27 PM
Looking forward to Wednesday morning when some peace & quiet will settle in and we can resume the process of all working together to make & keep this a great place to live, play, work and raise a family.

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