Tucker Incumbents Sweep Election, Ethics Measure Fails

Tucker City Council Members 10-2019.

TUCKER, Ga. (November 6, 2019) – Tucker’s City Council will remain unchanged next year, as voters Tuesday overwhelmingly supported incumbents for the three seats up for grabs. The only seat that was contested was in District One, where Councilman Bill Rosenfeld took 77 percent of the vote to challenger Christine Bloodworth’s 23 percent. Councilwomen Noelle Monferdini and Anne Lerner were unopposed in Districts Two and Three, respectively. 

The other item on the ballot in Tucker Tuesday was a DeKalb County referendum to amend ethics standards that had been approved by voters back in 2015. The referendum, which critics say would have weakened ethics oversight in the County, failed by more than 12,000 votes.  Tucker’s next municipal elections will be held on November 2, 2021. That election will be for the Post One seats in each district, as well as for the office of mayor.

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