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Election day is coming soon! Early voting starts Oct. 15 at select locations and Election Day is Nov. 6. Credit: Maggie Lee
Keisha Lance Bottoms thanks her supporters on Tuesday night. Credit: Maria Saporta
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Atlanta mayoral candidate Keisha Lance Bottoms appeared at City Hall on Thursday, with dozens of supporters. Several local elected officials — and hip hop royalty T.I. and Killer Mike — endorsed her. Credit: Maggie Lee
Cathy Woolard, former Atlanta City Council president and third-place finisher in this year's mayoral race, said she's going to vote for Mary Norwood. Credit: Maggie Lee
Cathy Woolard, in her trademark yellow tennis shoes on Tuesday night, quizzed the two women who made it into the third round of the mayoral race: Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood. Credit: Maria Saporta
Vincent Fort, who got about 10 percent of the city's votes as a mayoral candidate, said on Wednesday at City Hall that he's not endorsing either runoff candidate but urged them to look to his platform. Credit: Maggie Lee
Mayoral candidate Keisha Lance Bottoms spoke Tuesday of winning the support of an eastside political power couple: outgoing Councilman Kwanza Hall and Fulton County Commission candidate Natalie Hall. Credit: Maggie Lee
Atlanta mayoral candidates at a Center for Civic Innovation forum Monday night, just eight days ahead of election day. Credit: Maggie Lee
Atlanta mayoral candidates on stage for the arts forum Monday night. Credit: Maggie Lee
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MIchael Sterling (left) dropped out of the Atlanta mayoral race and endorsed Ceasar Mitchell on Tuesday. Credit: Maggie Lee
Atlanta City Councilmembers (L-R) C.T. Martin, Felicia Moore and Alex Wan, pictured at a July 19 forum in northwest Atlanta, are all running to be the next City Council president. Credit: Maggie Lee
Days before early voting begins, some of Atlanta's mayoral hopefuls took a chance to ask each other some pretty pointed questions at a debate. Credit: Maria Saporta