Nov. 6 is Election Day, and to Norcross, it's a big one, especially for the Norcross City Council.
Norcross Patch has covered the local election and its five city council candidates, one unopposed.
Here's a shortcut to many of the pieces Norcross has done on the upcoming city election.
- Incumbent David McLeroy is running for a sixth term as councilman. Check out: Running for Norcross City Council: David McLeroy
- Arlene Beckles, a Norcross resident and super volunteer, is running against McLeroy. Make sure to read everything Beckles wants for the city here: Running for Norcross City Council: Arlene Beckles
- Councilman Ross Kaul is running for a third term. His candidate profile can be found here: Running for Norcross City Council: Ross Kaul
- 45 South Cafe owner and former councilman Keith Shewbert has challenged Kaul's seat. Read his profile, Running for Norcross City Council: Keith Shewbert
- Mayor Pro Tem Andrew Hixson's term also is ending this year, but he's running unopposed. To see what he aims to accomplish in his third term for the council, check out Running for Norcross City Council: Andrew Hixson
Here are some other pieces on the upcoming council election:
- The four candidates running opposed participated in a forum last Thursday. Norcross Patch has a play-by-play of the debate here: Norcross City Council Candidates Forum Recap
- Early voting for the local election is available for all registered voters in the city of Norcross. For details on where to go and when, visit Advance Voting for Norcross City Election Starts Monday
- Hixson and Kaul both spoke with Patch before the qualification period and said they indeed were looking to run another term. They also reiterated what they had accomplished as councilmen and what they wish to do in the future. Read:
- All candidates for the council qualified the last week of August. Check out Who Qualified for the Norcross City Council Race?