Suwannee Democrat


March 21, 2014

City of Live Oak election qualifying results

Live Oak —

Qualifying ended at noon Friday for the city of Live Oak election that will be held May 6. Those who have qualified for office are:

Mayor: Tasha Cockburn, Tommie Jefferson, Andrew Gonzalez and incumbent Garth R. (Sonny) Nobles Jr. 

City Clerk: Jeanne d’Eauede and incumbent John W. Gill. 

City Council District 1: Don Hale Sr. and incumbent John W. Yulee Sr. 

City Council District 4: Frank C. Davis.

Frank Davis is the automatic winner of District 4 since no one else qualified to run. He will take office July 8. 

For the mayor race, one of the candidates will have to get at least 50 percent of the votes plus one to beat out the other three. Otherwise, the top two will face off in a run-off election on June 10.

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