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Felicia Moore elected Atlanta City Council president

Yes, there was more than one election last night

Felicia FacebookFacebook/Felicia Moore for Atlanta City Council President


In an Atlanta election outlandishly overshadowed by the chaotic mayoral contest, voters yesterday picked City Councilwoman Felicia Moore to succeed Ceasar Mitchell as council president.


Moore, who claimed 55 percent of the tally with 56,512 votes, defeated her council colleague Alex Wan, who took home 38,816, in a runoff election.







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