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Rinker and Archibong are the only declared candidates for the District 5 seat on Atlanta City Council. They seek to represent residents in neighborhoods like Downtown, East Atlanta, East Lake, Glenwood Park, Kirkwood, Edgewood, Reynoldstown, and others.
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Grant Park Cooperative Preschool had sheep on campus last week as part of a Farm-to-School learning initiative.
The attorney who was running in District 2 says it's not the right time for him to run against incumbent Kwanza Hall.
The attorney will seek the District 2 council seat.
Jon Jones, running in District 2, favors using technology to connect with voters.
If elected, Matt Rinker would become the second openly gay city council member.
Robert Z. Welsh would go up against incumbent Carla Smith.
A precinct-by-precinct breakdown.
East Atlanta Village pub asks folks to put a side the partisan differences and raise their glasses.
The constitutional amendment grants the state authority to approve charter schools, whether local school boards want them or not.
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