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Johns Creek City Council elections: Early voting on at Ocee Library

Atlanta, GA: Early voting for the Johns Creek City Council posts, which has two Indian-American candidates in fray, is being conducted at the following location through Friday, Oct. 30.

Ocee Library, 5090 Abbotts Bridge Road, Johns Creek.

Early voting began on October 19. Saturday voting will be available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 24.

“Please make informed decisions and make your voice heard. If you do not know whom to vote for, please ask your friends,” said Dr Nazeera Dawood, candidate for Post 5.

Morning refreshments are being arranged by Rammohan Krishnan on Oct 24 at the Bharathkala Dance Academy which is across Ocee library.

An evite initiative was started by Vijay Vemulapalli of Vibha to ensure that people vote. “I am starting this evite with a simple goal of making sure that the 100 people that I know (or people that they know) will exercise their vote in the upcoming Johns Creek elections,” says the note on the evite.

Here is the link to the evite:

The list of candidates for Johns Creek City Council are below. Dr Nazeera Dawood and Dr Arun Misra are in the fray for special elections to post 5 and 2 respectively:

Read: Two Indian-Americans in fray for Johns Creek City Council

General Election
Post 2
Jay Lin, general contractor
Chris Coughlin, senior research scientist
Todd Burkhalter, small business owner

Post 4
Bob Gray, management consulting

Post 6
Steve Broadbent, executive benefits consulting
Tom Radford, small business owner

Special Election
Post 2 Unexpired Term through December 2015
Arun Misra, insurance and real estate sales
Patty Hansen, freelance, editorial and publishing
Chris Coughlin, senior research scientist
Todd Burkhalter, small business owner

Post 5 Unexpired Term through December 2017
Carlos Carbonell, designer
Stephanie Endres, finance
Nazeera Dawood, public health executive

Sample ballot for JC City Council.

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