Mableton election results: mayor’s race, 3 council seats head for runoff
Voters in Cobb County’s newest city went to the polls on Tuesday to vote in an historic election.
MABLETON, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - The new city of Mableton held elections Tuesday for its first slate of constitutional officers: a mayor and six city council members.
For mayor, Michael Owens and Aaron Carman are headed to an April 18 runoff.
In city council races:
- Ron Davis was elected in district one.
- Monica Evette Delancy and Dami Oladapo are headed to a runoff in district two.
- Keisha Jeffcoat and Yashica Marshall are headed to a runoff in district three.
- Patricia Auch was elected in district four.
- Cheryl David and T.J. Ferguson are headed to a runoff in district five.
- Debora Herndon was elected in district six.
Voters approved a split from Cobb County in the November 2022 election, wanting more autonomy over zoning and development in the Mableton area.
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