Kennesaw residents voted for council seats in Nov. 7 election.
Photo: Courtesy of Kennesaw/For the AJC
Photo: Courtesy of Kennesaw/For the AJC

Two incumbents defeated for Kennesaw Council

Two contested posts on the Kennesaw City Council were decided Nov. 7, leading to the ouster of two incumbents.

With the resignation of At-Large Post 3 Councilman Nimesh Patel, Pat Ferris won with 671 votes or 56.58 percent to the 386 votes for Antonio Jones and the 129 votes for Jeffrey Oparnica.

ELECTION RESULTS: Results of key local races in metro Atlanta

For At-Large Post 4, Chris Henderson received 51.84 percent or 634 votes, defeating incumbent Councilman Jimmy Dickens Sr. who obtained 347 votes and James Sebastian Jr. with 242 votes.

Sebastian had been the incumbent for At-Large Post 5. Instead, David Blinkhorn was elected as the sole candidate for At-Large Post 5. The results are awaiting certification by Cobb County.