Greg Coleson and Scott Drake are running for the District 1, Post B seat formerly held by Bill Floyd, who stepped down after holding the post more than two decades.
The special election is Tuesday, March 19. No matter who you vote for, here's some information you'll need to know, courtesy of City Clerk Janet Kindelberger and the City of Decatur webpage.
Who can vote?
Only registered voters in District 1, which lies mostly, but not completely, to the north of College Avenue.
What are the polling places?
- Clairemont East: First Baptist Church of Decatur, 308 Clairemont Ave.
- Ponce de Leon: First Christian Church of Decatur, 601 W. Ponce de Leon Ave.
- Glenwood: Holy Trinity Parish, 515 East Ponce de Leon Ave.
- Clairemont West: The Church at Decatur Heights, 735 Sycamore Drive.
What are the voting hours?
7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Who will put on the election for Decatur?
The City of Decatur has an agreement with DeKalb County to conduct the special election.
What's the location for early voting?
Advanced/absentee voting is available at the DeKalb Elections Board at 4380 Memorial Drive.
How much will the election cost the city?