News Nearby: Murray Picks Up Another Endorsement In Mayor's Runoff

Deborah Anthony, who lost her city council bid, also endorsed Kevin Quirk in the District 3 runoff.

Sandy Murray picked up another political endorsement in her runoff bid against J. Max Davis for Brookhaven mayor.

Deborah Anthony, who lost her bid for District 3 city council, endorsed Murray on Thursday. She also endorsed Kevin Quirk, who will face Bates Mattison on Dec. 4 in the runoff for that seat.

"I believe Sandy and Kevin will provide the representation we need for the city of Brookhaven," Anthony said, in an e-mail to her supporters that was forwarded to Patch.

On Wednesday, Murray was endorsed by Jim Eyre, who won the District 2 city council race, and is currently the new city's only elected official.

A total of nine candidates entered the District 3 race. Only 10 votes separated Mattison's 875 votes from Quirk's 865.

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