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Did partisan $$$ swing non-partisan mayor’s race?

Did partisan $$$ swing non-partisan mayor's race?
September 12, 2010 --

Countless Atlantans volunteered for Kasim Reed last fall, helping a second-place candidate win the top job in city government. But, in a tight nonpartisan race, partisan campaigning may have been the critical ingredient that vaulted him past Mary Norwood. The Georgia Democratic Party spent at least $165,000 to attack her and contribute to an unprecedented 8 percent jump […]

July 22

July 22, 2010 --

NCAA will make ‘inquiry’ at UGA Mary Norwood sues to challenge Fulton Co. Elections Board Christian student alleges religious bias by Augusta State Judge orders Army to restore firm’s Fort Benning contract Perdue appoints cousin to Ports Authority board White House, USDA chief apologize to Sherrod & offer her new job Ex-Fulton deputy pleads guilty […]

July 7

July 7, 2010 --

Motels become homes for rapists, child molesters Imperial Sugar to pay $4M fine in fatal refinery blast Judge: Transgender legislative aide wrongly fired Fulton elections board says ‘no’ to Norwood Doraville librarians resign after indecency flap 28K Ga. students got corporal punishment Court reporters double dipping Woman sues August VA hospital over hepatitis C

Eaves wins, Norwood loses in Fulton ballot access dispute

Eaves wins, Norwood loses in Fulton ballot access dispute
July 1, 2010 --

A  judge today dealt a setback to Mary Norwood‘s quest to be elected chair of the Fulton County Commission. The judge’s ruling means Norwood must collect 3,000 signatures more than before to be assured a place on the general election ballot in November.

Nov. 3

November 3, 2009 --

Gwinnett appraiser, law firm in land deals linked PSC: Buses carrying Morehouse band may have operated illegally Georgia banks left out of rescue efforts, group says United Healthcare fined $750K Clayton schools can keep accreditation “Able” Mable Thomas pocket $1,500 from Norwood