Henly Shelton, Jim Riticher and Sam
Eads had a strategy when they came together as the ‘Clean Sweep’ City Council
candidates. Together they believe that they can be more effective, Eads said.
“What I realized was you’ve got to
do something in the city and it’s not going to really help much to have one new
person up there,” said Eads. “Especially now that Adrian’s [Bonser] not
running. And she’s the one that kind of holds them accountable - the city
management accountable. If she’s gone and we only have one more person in
there, it’s kind of status quo. We really need to shake things up, and to do
that we really need three candidates.”
Eads is running for the District 3
seat against incumbent Doug Thompson. Shelton is running in District 1 against
Denis Shortal, and Jim Riticher is running for Bonser’s District 2 seat.
In the video the candidates explain
what inspired them to run. Return
to Patch to get more of their take on Dunwoody issues.
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