2019 Special Election
City Council District 3

 

RUN-OFF RESULTS

With 100% of precincts reporting, Antonio Brown received 53% of the votes. The results should be certified soon. See results here.

special election RUN-OFF

Since no candidate received a majority of votes, a run-off will be held on Tuesday, April 16th between the two candidates who received the most votes: Byron Amos and Antonio Brown.


Mark your calendar for April 16th and learn more about the candidates who are running below.

You must have registered to vote by February 19th in order to vote in the special election run-off.

You can vote in the run-off election even if you didn’t vote earlier special election.

Early voting for this special election run-off will take place Monday, April 8th through Friday, April 12th, from 8:30am to 6:00pm at the Fulton County Government Center located at 130 Peachtree St SW. There will be not be early voting on weekends.

Polls will be open from 7:00am to 8:00pm on election day, April 16th. Find your polling place by logging into the Secretary of State’s My Voter Page.

Residents who cannot vote in-person early or on election day are able to request an absentee ballot to vote by mail.



 
 

WHY IS THERE A SPECIAL election?

A special election is an election scheduled at other-than-usual date for a specific purpose. It is often to fill an office that has become vacant before the incumbent has completed the term. In this case it’s to fill the remainder of the term left vacant by the death of Ivory Lee Young, Jr.

 
 

MEET THE CANDIDATES

 

CITY COUNCIL District 3


 
Click  here  for a detailed map of Atlanta City Council districts.

Click here for a detailed map of Atlanta City Council districts.

 

Atlanta City Council DISTRICT 3 Candidates