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Mary Norwood

There’s something about Mary Norwood

Unstoppable? Yes. But is she unbeatable? The implausible and inevitable rise of the woman who could be Atlanta mayor.

Who will be Atlanta’s next mayor? It’s starting to become more clear.

With just eight weeks until Atlantans head to the polls on November 7 to vote for their next mayor, a race that has for months been amorphous and without form finally looks to have come into focus—giving us a good idea of who could face off in the inevitable December 5 runoff.
political yard signs

Atlantans: Missing the drama of the 6th District race? Get involved with the mayoral campaign.

As Kasim Reed prepares to end his second and final term, more than 15 candidates are vying to succeed him. Here's how to get involved with the frontrunners.
Kasim Reed climate change Atlanta mayoral candidates

Kasim Reed says Atlanta will honor the Paris climate agreement. What will the city’s next leader do?

Here's where some of the leading candidates running to replace Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed stand on President Donald Trump's decision and what they would do, if elected, about climate change.

Atlanta Mayoral Race: So many candidates, so little time

More than 400 Atlanta voters got a good look Tuesday evening at the candidates vying to be the city’s next mayor—and a look is pretty much all they got.

How will Atlanta’s mayoral candidates prevent another bribery scandal from unfolding at City Hall?

What will mayoral candidates do to prevent City Hall corruption from unfolding on their watch? We asked the leading candidates for their opinions.
Atlanta Mayor Race 2017

Handicapping the odds in the 2017 Atlanta mayoral race

This year’s race for Atlanta mayor is set to be among the most crowded in memory. Here are the odds these eight leading contenders will make it to a runoff.
Atlanta mayor's race

Atlanta mayoral race kicks off with barbecue, “The Art of the Deal,” and early jabs

Atlanta's crowded mayoral race has been quietly humming along since last year, but yesterday, in a Buckhead restaurant filled with CEOs and elected officials, the race to decide who will lead the city over the next four years officially kicked off over a spread of Brunswick stew and tabletop buckets of Bud Light.
Turner Field

Will residents actually have a say in the future of Turner Field?

Residents will undoubtedly be heard, but whether they’re actually listened to will likely continue to be a concern.
Annexation

How less than six square miles could determine Atlanta’s next mayor

Since Kasim Reed took office, more than 20,000 white transplants have moved inside the city limits. That influx, combined with the past decade’s foreclosure crisis that disproportionately affected black residents, means today the city’s black population is roughly 50 percent, compared with 67 percent in 1990.

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