In Sandy Springs, Mayor-elect Rusty Paul, left, thanks the crowd at his victory party at J. Christophers Nov. 5 as re-elected City Councilman Tibby DeJulio looks on.

In Sandy Springs, Mayor-elect Rusty Paul, left, thanks the crowd at his victory party at J. Christophers Nov. 5 as re-elected City Councilman Tibby DeJulio looks on.

Here are the unofficial results from the Nov. 5 municipal elections.  Winners listed in bold.

Rusty Paul has declared victory in the Sandy Springs Mayors race.

“The numbers are beginning to come in and, with 21 percent of the precincts in, I’ve got 93 percent of the vote,” Paul told his supporters a short while ago.

In a stunning upset, incumbent District 2 City Councilwoman Dianne Fries has lost to challenger Ken Dishman.

Precincts reporting: 38 of 38

Mayor

Rusty Paul     Votes     6311  Percentage  80.39

Bob Brown      Votes    1462   Percentage  18.62

 

District 2

Precincts: 5 0f 5

Dianne Fries (I)   Votes  381   Percentage 37.24

Ken Dishman        Votes 639  Percentage  62.58

 

District 3

Precincts: 10 of 10

Barbara Malone    Votes  559  Percentage 23.36

Graham McDonald    Votes  1829  Percentage 76.43

 

District 4

Precincts 6 of 6

Gabriel Sterling (I)       Votes   592  Percentage 65.27

Tochie Blad                      Votes   315  Percentage 34.73

 

District 5

Precincts: 6 of 6

Tibby DeJulio (I)              Votes 781    Percentage 74.45

Clayton E. Cole                  Votes   261    Percentage 24.88

 

District 6 – (Runoff will be Dec. 3 since no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote.)

Jennifer Steele         Votes   41  Percentage 2.41

Sonja Tonpea            Votes    37  Percentage 2.18

John Stoj                      Votes     495 Percentage 29.12

Patty Berkovitz          Votes  442   Percentage 26.00

Andy Bauman             Votes 685    Percentage 40.29

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