On September 16th all registered voters within the City limits of Dunwoody will be eligible to vote for four of the six City Council positions. A sample ballot of the September 16th election was just posted by the DeKalb County Board of Elections, please take a second to click here to figure out who the candidates are and how you might vote.
There are three election districts in Dunwoody (I have explained the boundaries previously), and each district has two representatives who live within that district. One representative is only elected by the people who live within that that district and the second candidate also lives within that same district, but is elected by the entire city (at large).
So when you go to vote, you will vote for your local representative and in all three of the citywide council races. Now that you see the names on the ballot, do you know who you are voting for?
The Dunwoody Homeowners Association along with The Dunwoody Crier will be holding a Candidate Forum for the seven elected City of Dunwoody positions (six council members and a mayor). The forum will be held from 7:00 to 9:00 PM on Tuesday, August 26, 2008 in the Sanctuary at Dunwoody United Methodist Church (1548 Mt Vernon Road).
In order to prepare for the forum, the DHA has requested from each City of Dunwoody candidate a page or two listing of our background and the highest priorities for our new City.
I will be posting my resume on line very soon.