Sandy Murray Joins Brookhaven Mayoral Race
More candidates entered the contests for Brookhaven's first-ever city elections.
Brookhaven's first-ever mayoral election now has two candidates.
Sandy Murray qualified on the last day of Brookhaven's qualification period and joins J. Max Davis on the ballot for mayor.
Murray, who has experience as the president of the Ashford Alliance Council, Rotary Club of Midtown Atlanta and Women Business Owners of Atlanta, started a business called Computer Essentials in the 1980s to help train people and develop software in the relative infancy of PCs.
She also started Abrakadoodle, which teaches art to preschool and elementary-aged children, in 2003. She has lived in the Brookhaven area since 2003 and recently was running for state representative in District 80, as seen on her website.
The race for District 3 of City Council also has another candidate, Deborah Anthony.
Francis R. Reedy joins those seeking the District 4 seat on City Council.
A total of 17 people qualified for Brookhaven's elections, to be held on Nov. 6.
List Of Candidates Who Have Qualified:
Mayor of Brookhaven (term ends 2015): J. Max Davis, Sandy Murray
City Council, District 1 (term ends 2015): J.D. Clockadale, Alan Cole, Kevin D. Fitzpatrick, Jr., Rebecca Chase Williams
City Council, District 2 (term ends 2013): Larry Hurst, Russell Mitchell
City Council, District 3 (term ends 2015): Deborah Anthony, Hope Bawcom, Julia Russo, Bates Mattison, Ben Podgor, Erik Steavens
City Council, District 4 (term ends 2013): Joe Gebbia, Francis R. Reedy, Kerry Witt
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