In the Atlanta mayor's race, Mary Norwood has 43 percent of the vote, with 93 percent of the precincts reporting. She'll be headed for a ...
In the Atlanta mayor's race, Mary Norwood has 43 percent of the vote, with 93 percent of the precincts reporting. She'll be headed for a runoff with Kasim Reed, who has 38 percent.
Lisa Borders, the city council president and third-place finisher, has conceded.
Watch for racial politics to play out in this one, as Norwood would be the city's first white mayor in a generation.
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