Cities with contested races include those below.
Atlanta Mayor: Lisa Borders, Peter Brownlowe, Kyle Keyser, Mary Norwood, Kasim Reed, Jesse Spikes
City Council President: Ceasar Mitchell, Clair Muller, Dave Walker.
Council District 3: Darrion Fletcher, Ivory Young (i)
Council District 4: LaShawn M. Hoffman, Deborah Williams, Cleta Winslow (i), Sidney Wood
Council District 6: Bahareh Azizi, Steve Brodie, Tad Christian, Liz Coyle, Miguel Gallegos, Alex Wan
Council District 8: Yolanda Adrean, Richard (Rick) Coleman Jr.
Council District 11: Ray Abram, Keisha Lance Bottoms, Johnny Dixon, A. Reginald Eaves, Morris "Mo" Finley, Silas G. Kevil, Edith Ladipo, Juanita M. Smith, Alvelyn Sanders
Council District 12: Curtis Davis Jr, Joyce Sheperd (i), Keisha LaShawn Waites
Council At Large Post 1: Michael Julian Bond, Adam Brackman, Chris Vaughn, Dwanda Farmer
Council At Large Post 2: Amir Farohki, Weslee Knapp, Aaron Watson
Council At Large Post 3: Shelitha Robertson, Henry L. Willis (i)
Board of Education District 2: Donald Walker, Virgil S. Kendrick Jr., Khaatim Sherrer El (i)
Board of Education District 3: Cecily Harsch Kinnane(i), Charles R. Stadtlander
Board of Education District 4:Nancy Meister, Mark Riley (i)
Board of Education District 5: LaChandra Butler-Burks (i), Carolyn B. Jones
Board of Education District 6: Yolanda K. Johnson (i), Akwokwo Redhead, Anne Wofford McKenzie
Board of Education District 9 (At-Large): Emmett Johnson (i), Tony M.L. McCann
City Council Post 2: Mike Kennedy, Aubrey Osteen
Post 3: John R. Keim, Tom Miller, Chris Owens
Referendum: Relating to a change in homestead exemptions.
Council Ward 1: Austin Flint, Bob Rush
Council Ward 2: Bill Bryan (i), William Staub
Council Ward 5: Amy Turcotte, John Beresford
At-large City Council seat: Charles Rudd, Scott Taylor (I)
City Council Ward IV: Charles Phillips (I), April Wyatt
City Commission District 1 Post A: Fred Boykin (I), James E. Radford Jr.
District 2 Post A: Patti Garrett, Kyle Williams
City Council District 1: Stuart Anderson, John Noonan, Donna Pittman (I)
District 2: Brian Bates (I), Tom Hart
District 3: Virginia "Ginny" Calvert, Clint Howard, Karen Pachuta, Bob Spangler (I)
Mayor: Threet Brown, Joe Macon (I), Delana Morrissette, Earnestine Pittman
City Council Ward A: Greg Fann (I), Sharonda Hubbard, Craig Jeffares
Ward B: Patricia Langford (I), Eric Morrow
Ward C: Kenneth DeLeon, Marcel Reed (I)
Ward D: Staso Rusek, Jackie Slaughter-Gibbons (I)
Countywide referendum : Voters will decide whether to extend a Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST). City elections also are being held in Peachtree City and Fayetteville.
City Council Post 5: Frank Cullins, Jeff Duckett
City Council Post 3: John Merrill, Doug Nash, Katie Hart Smith
Post 4: Rodney Lee Camren, P.K. Martin IV (I)
Mayor: William Roy Bolton III, Christopher Lee Neil, Raymond Stevens Tumlin Jr.
City Council Ward 3: Johnny Sinclair, Holly Marie Walquist (I)
City Council Ward 4: Wes Godwin, Irvan A. Pearlberg (I)
City Council Ward 5: Anthony C. Coleman (I), James Dodd, Christopher Wayne Johnson
School board Ward 1: Robert Dee Thanepohn, Logan McClure Weber
School board Ward 5: James Stuart Fleming, Douglas E. Martin
School board Ward 6: Thomas Cheater, Michelle Cooper Kelly
Ballot question: $25 million bond referendum to improve and expand city park system.
Mayor: Billy Copeland, Roger Pruitt, Susan Lowry Raven
City Council At Large post: Rufus F. "Sugar" Amis, Mike Crawford, R.J. "Gina" Riffey (i)
Mayor: Don Haddix, Cyndi Plunkett, Scott Rowland
Mayor: Lori Henry, David Tolleson, Jere Wood (I)
City Council Post 3 (special election): Betty Price, Craig Voth
Post 4: Kent Igleheart (I), Jim Pollak
Post 5: Lee Fleck, Jerry Orlans (I)
Post 6: Nancy Diamond, Alex Fudali, James D. Hargreaves
Mayor: Donnie Bolena Jr., Bob Brown, Eva Galambos (I), Warren James Hull
City Council District 1: John Paulson, Wilson James Squire III
District 3: Willis W. Cleveland, William C. Collins
District 5: Tibby DeJulio (I), Deborah Hull
Mayor: R.G. "Rudy" Kelley, Lee Stuart
City Council: Mark A. Alarcon, Harold L. Cochran, Vernon Moss, Charles Reid, Alphonso Thomas
City Council Post 3: Robert Jenkins (I), Tom Witts
Post 4: Barbara Bender (I), Niria Dominguez Baggett
Post 5: Jackie O. Ginn, Mike Sabbagh
Mayor: Gary Pirkle (I), Andy Sudderth
City Council Post 4: Curtis Northrup, Shohn Tanner
Post 5: Scott Pasell, Mike Sullivan (I)
City Council Post 3: Kevin McOmber (I), Don Trawick
Post 4: Bradley Alexander, Jace Brooks (I)
Post 5: Dan Foster (I)
Voters will decide whether to approve a new city charter that changes city government from being run by a strong mayor to one headed by a city manager.
Mayor: Sharon D. Frierson, Beverly R. Jones, Patricia "Pat" Wheeler
City council (three seats): Susan S. Coletti (I), Steve Higgins (I), Paul S. Hollis, Nan Odum Nash, Robert Smith
City Council Ward 1: Randy Brewer (i), Warren Johnson
Staff writers Shane Blatt, Ralph Ellis and Brian O'Shea contributed to this report.
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