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In total, 3,724 people voted in the runoff election in Johns Creek.
Bradberry, 44, is a native of Sandy Springs and has lived in Johns Creek since 1999, according to his campaign website. He is a former United States Marine, has served as the president of two HOAs, and is the founder of Preserve Johns Creek, a group dedicated to preserving residential character and quality of life in the city.
Bradberry is a husband, a father, a graduate of the University of Georgia, and the manager of a landscape design and contract business that he started.
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He took to his campaign Facebook page Wednesday morning to thank his supporters.
“With your support and the hard work of our team, we won last night. I want to thank my opponent on a vigorous campaign and I wish her and all of her team well,” he wrote. “It is truly an honor to have been graced with this opportunity and responsibility. I look forward to serving all of our community and our people. I look forward to working with the other councilmembers to preserve Johns Creek and protect our quality of life. This was and will remain a team effort.”
Bradberry will succeed Cori Davenport as the Post 3 councilmember. She did not seek re-election.
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