Mayor and three council seats up for grabs in Loganville this fall. AJC File

Mayor and three council seats up for grabs in Loganville

Qualifying has closed in Loganville resulting in contested races for both mayor and three council seats. Former councilman Rey Martinez will face a challenge from Donna Jones in the mayoral race. Jones is the wife of former councilman, mayor and city manager Bill Jones.

Five candidates qualified for the three at-large seats on the city council. Political newcomers Anne Coles, Lisa Newberry and Femi Oduwole join incumbent Danny Ford as well as former councilman and mayor Mike Jones for the vote. The three candidates with the highest final vote tally will earn a seat on the city council.

Voting in the municipal election is 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at the Rock Gym Precinct, 135 Main Street.

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