ATLANTA’S ELECTION DIVIDE: COULD RECOUNT, PROVISIONAL BALLOTS OVERTURN RESULTS?

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December 7, 2017

transition-team1206.jpg_1512594993314_11890153_ver1.0Nothing says a new mayor is coming more clearly than a new city hall office marked “Mayor Elect Transition Team.”

The office was certified for occupancy a couple of days before. The question is whether Mary Norwood can somehow wrest it away from Keisha Lance Bottoms.

The margin was whisker-thin, but for Bottoms, the vote was more than sufficient to claim victory and to start planning her move into the Atlanta mayor’s office.

While the Bottoms camp has claimed victory in the race, the Associated Press has deemed the race “too close to call,” and the Norwood campaign has told supporters she is requesting a recount — much as she did in 2009 when she also came in short.

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