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Johns Creek Election Results 2019: Who’s in the Runoff?

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Johns Creek Election Results 2019. Which Candidates for the Johns Creek City Council Post, 2, 4, 6 made the Runoff? The Election Runoff date is Tuesday, 12/3.

Johns Creek City Council Post 2 Results
Johns Creek City Council Post 2 Results

For Post 2, Dilip Tunki & Brian Weaver will be in a runoff.

Johns Creek City Council Post 4 Results
Johns Creek City Council Post 4 Results

For Post 4, Marybeth Cooper & Chris Coughlin will be in a runoff.

Johns Creek City Council Post 6 Results
Johns Creek City Council Post 6 Results

For Post 6, Erin Elwood & Issure Yang will be in a runoff. The Next Election date is Tuesday, 12/3.

Source: Fulton County Elections


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4 thoughts on “Johns Creek Election Results 2019: Who’s in the Runoff?”

  1. It is interesting to note that for this past election, those candidates who accepted the most special interest money from obvious parties fared the worst as vote getters. Looking at all the public campaign disclosures as of the 2PM deadline on Friday, 11/1/19, Judy LeFave and Kent Altom accepted the most special interest money and they both crashed and burned at the polls. In addition to money from individuals linked to real estate interests, Adam Thomas also accepted money from the Atlanta Athletic Club (Heisman Field is still undeveloped) and he too lost.

    Although he got lots of votes, Brian Weaver accepted $2500 from contributors linked to the Providence Group (State Bridge development next to JCHS). Alas, many of his votes result from a $22+K treasure chest plus the help of the Mayor’s Chief of Staff Craig Kidd and $21,736 paid to Landmark Communications. If you’re wondering who this company is, the following description comes straight from their website “Landmark is a team of political operatives, designers, writers and developers who work exclusively on political campaigns”. Robocall polling and promoting are among their specialties along with mailing list targeting based on party affiliation and other criteria.

  2. It is interesting to note that for this past election, those candidates who accepted the most special interest money from obvious parties fared the worst as vote getters. Looking at all the public campaign disclosures as of the 2PM deadline on Friday, 11/1/19, Judy LeFave and Kent Altom accepted the most special interest money and they both crashed and burned at the polls. In addition to money from individuals linked to real estate interests, Adam Thomas also accepted money from the Atlanta Athletic Club (Heisman Field is still undeveloped) and he too lost.

    Although he got lots of votes, Brian Weaver accepted $2500 from contributors linked to the Providence Group (State Bridge development next to JCHS). Alas, many of his votes result from a $22+K treasure chest plus the help of the Mayor’s Chief of Staff Craig Kidd and $21,736 paid to Landmark Communications. If you’re wondering who this company is, the following description comes straight from their website “Landmark is a team of political operatives, designers, writers and developers who work exclusively on political campaigns”. Robocall polling and promoting are among their specialties along with mailing list targeting based on party affiliation and other criteria.

  3. How to Buy a Seat on Council

    Interim City Manager, Ed Densmore, failed in his promise of keeping city employees like Craig Kidd neutral in this election. Craig Kidd actively helped candidate, Brian Weaver. Dilip Tunki will be the next victim of Craig Kidd. Bad city government continues!

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