Meet Dekalb County Candidates

July 19, 2012 12:00 AM
Meet Dekalb County Candidates
" DeKalb Co. Ga (WAOK)- If you are planning to vote in the primary election on July 31st and you live in DeKalb County, the NAACP is giving you a chance to see and hear what the candidates for various offices are talking about this weekend.

“NAACP: Your Power, Your Decision – VOTE” Saturday, July 21, 2012 at 10am-12pm Georgia Piedmont Technical College Conference Center 495 N. Indian Creek Drive Clarkston, Ga 30021

Featuring Candidates Seeking Election for: DeKalb County CEO Burrell Ellis (I) Jerome Edmondson Greg Adams

Candidates for Board of Commissioners District 1 Elaine Boyer -Larry Danese

Candidates for Board of Commissioners District 4 Sharon Barnes-Sutton-Steve Bradshaw-Clyburn Halley

Candidates for Board of Commissioners District 5 Gina Mangham-Lee May-Kenneth Samuel-Andre White

Candidates for Board of Commissioners District 6 Kathie Gannon-Edmond Richardson

Candidates for Board of Education District 2 Don McChesney-Marshall Orson

Candidates for Board of Education District 4 Tom Gilbert-Jim Kinney-Jim McMahan-H Paul Womack

Candidates for Board of Education District 6 Melvin Johnson-Denise McGill-Terriyln C Rivers-Cannon-Latasha Walker

Candidates for Board of Education District 8 Michelle “Mimi’ Clark-Pamela Speaks "

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