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Johns Creek's unofficial election results show four more years for Bodker
by Nicole Dow
November 05, 2013 08:57 PM | 7932 views | 1 1 comments | 41 41 recommendations | email to a friend | print
With all 23 precincts reporting, it appears Mayor Mike Bodker will lead Johns Creek for another four years.

Bodker took in 57.52 percent of votes, a total of 961 votes over challenger Bev Miller, who left her post as councilwoman and mayor pro tem to run for mayor. Miller brought in 42.03 percent of votes.

Johns Creek will have one if not two new council members representing the city. In the post 1 council race, incumbent Randall Johnson only garnered 31.83 percent of votes while newcomer Leonard Zaprowski won 67.74 percent of votes. Zaprowski took in 2,168 more votes than Johnson.

It appears the post 3 council race will head to a run-off election in December. Incumbent Karen Richardson earned only 31.44 percent of votes, while challengers Nancy Reinecke and Cori Davenport brought in 22.59 percent and 45.68 percent of votes, respectively. More than 860 residents voted for Davenport over Richardson. The run-off elections are scheduled for Dec. 3.

Post 5 councilwoman Kelly Stewart ran for re-election unopposed.



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Amy Rogers
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November 05, 2013
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