Michael Owens qualifies for Mableton Mayor, joins five others to lead new city
Former Cobb County Democratic Party Chair and cybersecurity executive Michael Owens qualified this week to run for Mayor for the new city of Mableton. He and four others joined Michael Murphy as they placed their names into consideration to be elected as the top leader for Mableton in the March 21 municipal elections.
In addition to a new mayor, citizens of the new city will elect a six-member City Council for these non partisan races. Candidates for mayor and City Council had to be at least 21 years old and lived within the city’s boundaries for at least a year immediately prior to the election.
Notable names in the Mableton Council races include Austell Community Task Force Board member Ron Davis, who qualified to run in District 1. He is joined by DeBorah Johnson, another Task Force Board member vying for the seat. Sales rep Barry Tyler Krebs is a candidate in the District 3 race. Community leader and We Thrive on Riverside Drive Founder Monica Delancey qualified for District 2.
The entire list of candidates for Mayor and Council are below:
Henry Uche Okafor
City Council, District 1
Ron S. Davis
City Council, District 2
Monica Evette Delancy
Kisha N. Scott
City Council, District 3
Barry Tyler Krebs
City Council, District 4
Patricia J. Auch
Cassandra Lynn Brown
City Council, District 5
City Council, District 6
A list of all the candidates who qualified to run as well as information on their background can be found here.
The Mableton government election will be held on March 21.