December 1 – Mayor of Atlanta and City Council Runoffs
On December 1, residents of Atlanta will go back to the polls to vote for mayor and a few city council races. After the initial election last week, there are two candidates left on each ballot line. To read a local news story about the mayoral race, click here.
All municipal races in Atlanta are non-partisan.
Click here to request your absentee ballot for this election.
The top vote getter on November 3 was City Councilwoman Mary Norwood. Norwood was first elected to Atlanta City Council Post 2 at-large in 2001. If elected, Norwood would be Atlanta’s first white mayor since 1973.
To learn more about Mary Norwood, her campaign website is located at www.marynorwoodformayor.com/
The second candidate is State Senator Kasim Reed. First elected as an assemblyman in 1998, he became a State Senator in 2002. He also worked for the campaign of longtime Atlanta mayor Shirley Franklin.
To learn more about Kasim Reed, his website is at www.kasimreed.com/
But wait, there’s more for Atlanta voters!!!!!