Long-time Winder residents seeking council seat in runoff election | Gwinnett Daily Post

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Long-time Winder residents seeking council seat in runoff election | Gwinnett Daily Post

Two long-time Winder residents are vying for a seat on the Winder City Council in the Dec. 3 runoff election.

Incumbent Councilman Bob Dixon, who received 339 votes in the municipal election Nov. 5, will face challenger Lorin Sinn-Clark, who received 310 votes. Dixon, 78, said he brings proven leadership abilities to the table, while Sinn-Clark, 56, said she will offer new ideas, creative vision, increased energy and vitality.

“I offer these from the perspective of long term resident who is deeply vested in this community,” said Sinn-Clark, who has lived in Winder for the past 24 years.

Dixon, who has been a Winder resident for 53 years, cited 26 years on the Barrow County Board of Education, with many years of budget building and monitoring, as what he has to offer Winder residents.

“I have the experience to help lead our city as we are developing or working on several major projects,” Dixon said. “My business experience and budget knowledge should be a great asset. I love this city and want to see our progress continued.”

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