2019 Johns Creek City Council. With three seats in contention for the November 2019 elections for Johns Creek City Council, we have ten candidates, including one incumbent Council Member Chris Coughlin.
Post 2, which is being vacated by Council Member Jay Lin after one term, will have three candidates vying for your support. They are:
Post 4, which is currently held by incumbent Chris Coughlin, will have four candidates vying for Johns Creek City Council. They are:
Post 6, which is being vacated by Council Member Steve Broadbent, will have three candidates vying for Johns Creek City Council. They are:
With two years left for Mayor Mike Bodker as well as Council Member Lenny Zaprowski, who have stated they will not seek re-election, the outcome of this Fall's election will be significant.
Stay tuned for more information on the Johns Creek Post about these candidates, the issues, and where they stand as we learn about where they stand on the issues.