2017 General Election Update

Local

The 2017 General Elections are over. While there were some surprises, a few races will move forward through the holidays to a run-off on December 5th. What was considered the biggest race in the metro area, the crowded Atlanta Mayor's race, is now down to Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood. Here is a review of what happened with the ARPAC backed candidates.

Congratulations to the candidates that won or moved past Tuesday and we look forward to working with them.

Candidate's Name Office Sought Election Results
Alex Wan Atlanta City Council President Run off
Courtney English Atlanta City Council - AtLarge, Post 1 Lost
Matt Westmoreland Atlanta City Council - AtLarge, Post 2 Won
Andre Dickens Atlanta City Council - AtLarge, Post 3 Won
Carla Smith Atlanta City Council - District 1 Won
Lauren Welsh Atlanta City Council - District 2 Lost
Kimberly Parmer Atlanta City Council - District 4 Lost
Natalyn Mosby Archibong Atlanta City Council - District 5 Won
Kirk Rich Atlanta City Council - District 6 Lost
Howard Shook Atlanta City Council - District 7 Won
J.P. Matzigkeit Atlanta City Council - District 8 Won
Dustin Hillis Atlanta City Council - District 9 Run off
Andrea Boone Atlanta City Council - District 10 Won
Marci Collier Overstreet Atlanta City Council - District 11 Run off
Joyce Sheperd Atlanta City Council - District 12 Won
John Park Brookhaven City Council Won
Joe Gebbia Brookhaven City Council Won
Joe Carn College Park City Council Lost
Leonard Zaprowski Johns Creek City Council Won
Johnny Walker Marietta City Council Won
Mike Bodker Mayor, Johns Creek Won
Joe Lockwood Mayor, Milton Won
LeDor Milteer Sandy Springs City Council Lost
Travis Lindley Smyrna City Council Run-off
Monday, November 13, 2017
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