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Womack Runoff Challenger: Voters Want 'New Leadership'

"A majority of voters voted for non-incumbents," DeKalb school board District 4 candidate Jim McMahan said. "People wanted some new leadership … going forward, I hope for a similar outcome."

School board District 4 voters will go to the polls next week to cast a vote for Paul Womack or Jim McMahan.

Those voters will either get someone – McMahan – or a DeKalb County Board of Education veteran they've long voted into his seat at the polls.

McMahan said he thinks its going to be him, according to a story this week in Neighbor Newspapers.

From the story:

"A majority of voters voted for non-incumbents," McMahan said. "People wanted some new leadership … going forward, I hope for a similar outcome."

Here's some of our coverage of the election:

The Neighbor Newspapers story also includes analysis regarding the District 6 runoff featuring Melvin Johnson and Denise McGill.

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