Issues of ethics and the ongoing investigation into Atlanta's procurement process dominated the conversation, as did questions of income inequality and affordability in the city.
The participating candidates were: Peter Aman, Rohit Ammanamanchi, Keisha Lance Bottoms, John Eaves, Vincent Fort, Kwanza Hall, Ceasar Mitchell, Mary Norwood, Michael Sterling, Cathy Woolard and Glenn Wrightson.
The election is Nov. 7. Early voting begins next week.
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