Three Indian-Americans Qualify for 2021 Johns Creek City Council Elections

Three Indian Americans named Dilip Tunki, Rashmi Singh, and Bob Erramilli, who are residents of John Creek, Georgia, on August 18, have qualified as candidates for the 2021 General and Special Election of City Council. The election, scheduled this year on November 2, has vacant seats for Post 1, Post 2, Post 3, Post 5, and the Mayoral Post.   

The special election will be conducted to fill the vacancy for City Council Post 2 as the Council member Brian Weaver resigned before completing his term.    

John Bradberry and Brian Weaver are the qualified candidates contesting for Johns Creek City Council Mayoral Post. Lee Heard Tucker and Dilip Tunki have been selected to contest for Johns Creek City Council Post 1.    

Tunki has been living in John Creek for 21 years. Having been in business for 27 years and having a background in engineering and management, Tunki is the core foundation for his business acumen, as per the description mentioned on the Johns Creek website. He is married to Padma with a daughter named Sindhu.   

Stacy Skinner has been chosen to contest for Johns Creek City Council Post 2 along with Rashmi Singh, who has been living in Johns Creek for the last four years with her husband and kids. Rashmi will be the first Indian American woman to hold the City Council office in Georgia if elected. Holding a Master’s degree in Information Science from Indiana University, Rashmi has worked in various leadership roles for one of the largest tech companies for 21 years.    

Anthony Shorter, Cassandra Littlejohn, and Bob Erramilli have qualified as candidates for Johns Creek City Council Post 3.    

Bob Erramilli, a former Air Force officer, is married to Dr Shamala. During his 20 years of journey in the US Marine Corps and Navy, Bob served in combat zones in Africa, the Persian Gulf and Afghanistan. He is now a software engineer and runs a small business in Georgia.   

Besides, Pablo Cecere and Larry DiBiase are the qualified candidates who have been selected to contest for Johns Creek City Council Post 5.   

Residents of John Creek can cast their vote on the Georgia Secretary of State website. The last day of registering a vote is October 4.  

For more information regarding Johns Creek Municipal Elections, visit the city website (  

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