More than a dozen candidates are hoping to succeed Kasim Reed as mayor of Atlanta on election day Nov. 7.
But before they get there, they will face each other in a number of candidate forums and at least two debates over the next two months.
Below is a list of several forum/debate dates. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution will update this list as more information becomes available.
Sept. 12: Center for Civic Innovation, The Masquerade at Underground Atlanta
Set. 14: Georgia STAND UP, IBEW Auditorium, 501 Pulliam Street
Sept. 19: Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, Loudermilk Center
Sept. 25 Atlanta Arts and Culture, Woodruff Arts Center
Sept. 28: Buckhead Business Association
Sept. 28: Emory University and the League of Women Voters,Glenn Memorial Auditorium at Emory University
Sept. 28: WSB-TV Channel 2 Action News forum, Emory University
Oct. 2: KISS 104.1, 1601 West Peachtree Street
Oct. 4: Inman Park Neighborhood Association, Trolley Barn at 963 Edgewood Avenue
Oct. 5: Cascade Heights Business Consortium
Oct. 10: United Way of Greater Atlanta
Oct. 12: Atlanta Press Club debate, WABE studios located at 740 Bismark Road
Oct. 17: Fulton-DeKalb Hospital Authority, Atlanta Hyatt Regency , 265 Peachtree Street
Oct. 22: WSB-TV Channel 2 Action News debate
Oct. 18: Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods, 4111 Northside Parkway
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