The Monday after Thanksgiving might be the official “Leftover Turkey Sandwich at Your Desk” holiday, but something else is going on this year.
Early voting for runoff races in three cities of Fulton County begins Nov. 25 ahead of the Dec. 3 election day.
Residents in College Park — population 15,000 — will decide their mayor. The options are longtime mayor 66-year-old Jack Longino and 42-year-old Bianca Motley Broom. The race has been whittled down from a six-person contest.
None of the three Johns Creek races were figured out earlier in November. Posts 2, 4 and 6 remain up in the air; only one includes an incumbent.
The two vying for that seat are businesswoman Christine Hall and retired city police spokeswoman Lisa Holland.
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Where appropriate, those eligible can vote early at the following spots from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. from Nov. 25 to Nov. 27:
• College Park Historical Building, 3675 Auditorium Way in College Park
• East Roswell Library, 2301 Holcomb Bridge Road in Roswell
• Park Place at Newtown, 3125 Old Alabama Road in Johns Creek
• Roswell City Hall, 38 Hill St.
• South Fulton Service Center, 5600 Stonewall Tell Road in College Park
And below are the options for the Fulton city runoffs:
Mayor: Jack Longino (I) and Bianca Motley Broom are competing for the mayoral seat.
City Council Post 2: Dilip Tunki and Brian Weaver
City Council Post 4: Chris Coughlin (I) and Marybeth Cooper
City Council Post 6: Erin Elwood and Issure C. Yang
City Council Post 3: Christine Hall and Lisa Holland
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