Johnson challenging Hill for District 6 Senate seat
by Nicole Dow
12:06 AM, Wednesday, October 22
Democratic candidate Antron Johnson, a business owner seeking political office for the first time, will challenge District 6 State Sen. Hunter Hill for his seat in the Nov. 4 general election. The district includes Vinings and portions of Brookhav...

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