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Historic wins for Bob Erramilli and Dilip Tunki in Johns Creek; John Bradberry is new mayor

NRI Pulse Staff Report

Atlanta, GA, November 3, 2021:  The unofficial results are in for Johns Creek’s City Council elections that had three Indian-American contestants in the fray.

With 100% precincts reporting, Dilip Tunki is leading in City Council Post 1 with 66.73% of votes over Lee Heard Tucker 33.27%.

Bob Erramilli is leading in Post 3 with 56.23% votes over Cassandra Littlejohn (34.15%) and Anthony Shorter (9.62%).

Stacy L. Skinner garnered 59.01% votes over Rashmi Singh (40.99%).

The keenly watched Mayoral seat has John Bradberry leading with 59.85% votes over Brian Weaver who stood at 40.15% out of a total of 13,767 votes cast.

Tunki has been a resident of Johns Creek for twenty-one years. He has been married to Padma for twenty-five years and together they have a daughter Sindhu. Twenty-seven years of business experience with engineering and management educational background are the core foundation for his business acumen, says his bio on his website.

Erramilli has flown combat jets in the Indian Air Force for 14yrs. He transitioned into Software Engineering for Amex, Martin, IBM, etc. For the past 16 years, he has been operating several Doctors’ offices. Erramilli is married to Dr. Syamala for 33 years and they are residents of Johns Creek since 2017. Their son Nik is an attorney.

Bradberry is a graduate of UGA with a BBA in Management Information Systems. He has a landscape design business. John is a former United States Marine and member of the Johns Creek Veterans Association. He serves on the board of One Johns Creek, a coalition dedicated to helping youth mental health and substance abuse. Bradberry resides in Johns Creek with his wife Christy, a pharmacist and their daughter Gracie.

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