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For almost 20 years, Peter Aman has worked tirelessly to make Atlanta a stronger, better city for all its residents. Deeply committed to public service, he has an unparalleled depth of experience inside and outside City Hall and has served as a trusted adviser to two mayoral administrations.

Peter Aman for Mayor 2017

Bloomberg: Role of Atlanta Airport’s Political Money Spills Into Public View

November 7, 2017

By Margaret Newkirk and Michael Sasso November 6, 2017, 8:30 AM EST Updated on November 6, 2017, 11:47 AM EST Travelers moving through the world’s busiest airport probably don’t know they’re feeding the quiet financial engine of Atlanta politics when they drop their money on the Kentucky bourbon on Concourse T, the peppered goat cheese…

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Find Your Voting Location

November 5, 2017

Find your polling location for the Tuesday, November 7 Atlanta mayoral election. Visit the Secretary of State’s website to find your polling precinct and to view a sample ballot. On Election Day, polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in Fulton and DeKalb counties.

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AJC: Donors eyeing Atlanta airport contracts gave big to mayoral candidates

November 4, 2017

By J. Scott Trubey , Dan Klepal , Jennifer Peebles and Kelly Yamanouchi – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution People and businesses with interest in a controversial but lucrative package of contracts at the Atlanta airport have donated more than $287,000 to candidates for mayor, an Atlanta Journal-Constitution analysis of contribution data shows. The donations came from…

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We just voted for Mary Norwood. This election isn't about personalities – it's about making sure everyone works together to advance Atlanta.

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Not sure what to do with your campaign yard sign? Turn it into fuel. Seriously.

My good friend and campaign treasurer is the president of an Atlanta-based company that will turn our plastic campaign yard signs into fuel –gasoline, diesel, etc. They divert a wide range of waste plastics – like political signs – from landfills.

Drop off your yard sign at Live Thrive Atlanta and Nexus Fuels will convert the plastic into fuel. The drop-off address is 1110 Hill St. SE, Atlanta, Ga. 30315. Feel free to encourage your friends and neighbors to drop off other yard signs.

Thank you for helping us all be environmentally responsible.
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