Four candidates – Rick Dodd, Al Franklin, Deborah Jackson and Tabitha Wingo – are seeking the two open seats on the council.
They are vying to complete the unexpired terms of former council members Tonya Peterson and Linda Pruett, who each had a year left on their terms.
Peterson is the city’s mayor and Pruett resigned from the council.
Dodd, who is self-employed, has run for the council before. Franklin is an advertising account executive. Jackson, an attorney, ran for mayor in the Nov. 18 special election. Wingo is a tax examiner.
The election will be 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Lithonia Middle School, 2451 Randall Ave. in Lithonia. The top two vote-getters will join Doreen Carter, Kathleen deCocq and Marcus Lloyd on the council.