Henry, who held the Post 4 seat on Roswell's council, previously unsuccessfully ran for mayor in 2009 and the Fulton County Commission in 2010. She was a councilmember from 2001 to 2009 and is the owner of a small business.
Horton was the Post 3 councilman and served as the Mayor Pro Tem. He has lived in Roswell since 1986 and holds two degrees from the University of Michigan.
Sidhom is a lifelong Roswell resident and a graduate of the University of North Georgia. She has experience working in project management and real estate.
Litten has lived in Roswell for more than 30 years and has more than 40 years of experience working in health care.
In the city council races, Andrew Leonardi, Meg McClanahan and Marie Willsey will compete for the Post 4 seat. In the Post 5 race to succeed incumbent Jerry Orlans, Keith Goeke will face Matthew Tyser. For Post 6, Gus Hadorn, Matt Judy and Karen Parrish will battle to replace Nancy Diamond.
Because Horton qualified for the mayor's race, Roswell will hold different qualifying dates for that post. The mayor and city council will vote on dates and fees for the qualifying during their meeting on Monday. If approved, qualifying for that post will be held Sept. 6 to Sept. 8.
Election Day in Roswell is set for Nov. 7. Fulton County will hold early voting from Oct. 16 to Nov. 3.
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