For the second time in the city's history, Atlanta has elected a black woman as its mayor.
But we should allow Bottoms to begin her term with a clean slate, and prove to her constituents, why she deserved to win the race.
"The votes for Ms. Bottoms have come primarily from the south side of the city, which is predominantly African-American, and the votes for Ms. Norwood came from the north end of the city which is predominantly white".
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A candidate in Atlanta's mayoral race is calling for a recount after voters delivered a almost split decision Tuesday night.
Bottoms and Norwood had around 26 percent and 21 percent, respectively, in the vote in the general election on November 6. Her victory also would continue the Democratic Party's hold on an office it has held without interruption since 1879. "This is a city for all of us and I'm so honored to be your 60th mayor".
Norwood is awaiting counts of military and provisional ballots, which won't be counted until Thursday.
"It's not over yet", Norwood said.
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Still, Norwood has repeatedly said that loss was partly due to voter fraud.
Voters were deciding between Mary Norwood, who calls herself an independent, and Keisha Lance Bottoms, the chosen successor of outgoing Mayor Kasim Reed.
If Norwood wins, Atlanta would have its first-ever white female mayor. Bernie Sanders of Vermont - had kind words to say about her after the general election.
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