Fayetteville, Tyrone, Brooks, Woolsey elections have few candidates

Three incumbents face no challengers in Brooks' upcoming elections. Courtesy Town of Brooks
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Three incumbents face no challengers in Brooks' upcoming elections. Courtesy Town of Brooks

Credit: Courtesy Town of Brooks

Voters in several Fayette County municipalities won’t have many candidates to choose from during the Nov. 2 election. Of the three City Council posts open in Fayetteville, only Post 5 has a two-way race between incumbent Paul Oddo Jr. and challenger Niyah Glover. Post 3 incumbent Scott Stacy and Post 4 incumbent Rich Hoffman are both running unopposed for reelection. In Tyrone, Town Council Post 3 incumbent Billy Campbell is also running unopposed, but the race for Post 4 will be between incumbent Gloria Furr and challengers Danny Dolan and Taiwo Idowu.

In Brooks, incumbent mayor Daniel Langford Jr. has no election challengers, nor do Town Council Post 1 and 2 members Kay Brumbelow and Scott Israel; their new terms would now expire in 2025. And in Woolsey, Mayor Gary Laggis and Councilman Ron Smith are both running unopposed for another four-year term.

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