In addition to our state's political party primaries on May 24, the citizens of East Point, Hapeville, and College Park will vote to approve a one-penny sales tax for water and sewer infrastructure projects.
For East Point, the proposed four-year sales tax would collect an estimated $34 million and be spent on the city's backlog of needed water and sewer department infrastructure improvements.
The noise of our national politics often drowns out the important and impactful conversations happening at the local level. East Point is not exempt to this reality. This site exists to amplify the local conversation and serve as conduit of information for the citizens of East Point. You will find information on the candidates seeking office in this year's mayoral and at-large ward election.
We are not seeking elected office, we have no association with anyone within East Point government, and we do not endorse or work for a candidate or candidate's campaign.
East Point Votes will not contain endorsements of any candidates.