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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

100+ for Peter Aman

November 2, 2017

Aman Rolls Out 100+ Key Endorsements from Leaders in Atlanta’s Education, Business, and Nonprofit Sectors Calls This Election a “Time to Put It All on the Line” (Atlanta, GA) – At a press conference Wednesday, Nov. 1, mayoral candidate Peter Aman was endorsed by more than 100, primarily women, leaders across the public and private…

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Prominent Atlanta Women Voice Their Support for Peter Aman

October 25, 2017

    At a press conference this morning at his Auburn Avenue headquarters, mayoral candidate Peter Aman was endorsed by several prominent Atlanta women from the arts, community, government, and faith sectors. Mtamanika Youngblood, retired Bell South executive, director of the Historic District Development Corporation, and president and CEO of Sweet Auburn Works; Virginia Hepner,…

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Early Voting

October 16, 2017

Early In-Person Voting: Fulton County  October 16 – November 3 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Weekend Voting: Saturday, Oct. 28: 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 29: Noon – 5 p.m. Alpharetta Branch Library, 10 Park Place Adams Park Library, 2231 Campbellton Road SW Adamsville Recreation Center, 3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. SW…

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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.

Vote Mary for mayor!
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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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