Two candidates joined the crowded race for Dunwoody Mayor and City Council on the final day of the qualifying period.

On Sept. 2, Gordon Jackson filed to run for mayor and Rick Callihan qualified for the Post 4 seat on city council.

Each was the third candidate to file for the respective seats. Jackson will face Bob Dallas and Mike Davis to become the city’s next mayor. Callihan will challenge Terry Nall and incumbent councilman Robert Wittenstein for the at-large seat.

There are two other at-large seats on the city council that are up for election.

Lynn Deutsch, a member of the Dunwoody Planning Commission will face Kerry de Vallette for the Post 5 seat.

Bob Fiscella, the vice president of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association, announced his intentions to run for the seat earlier in the week, but did not file.

The seat is currently held by Councilman Danny Ross, who will not run for reelection.

City Councilman John Heneghan qualified to run for another term in his Post 6 seat. His will be the only uncontested race in the Nov. 8 election.