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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

Odd Fellows Building

Aman Campaign Opens Office on Historic Sweet Auburn Avenue

May 8, 2017

Peter Aman, philanthropic leader, business executive, and candidate for mayor of Atlanta announces the opening of his campaign headquarters in the historic Odd Fellows Building and Auditorium on Auburn Avenue. “Auburn Avenue is the heart of all that makes Atlanta the city it is today. On one end, it connects to Ebenezer Baptist Church, once pastored by…

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Aman Introduces First Radio Ad

March 22, 2017

Atlanta mayoral candidate Peter Aman has released “One Leader,” his first radio ad. Take a listen by hitting the play button below. AD: In the opening line, Aman highlights his strong track record on ethics and transparency. One … just one Atlanta mayoral candidate has spoken out and taken action about ethics in city government.…

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Peter Aman Hires Respected Strategist to Manage Mayoral Campaign

March 22, 2017

Businessman and civic leader Peter Aman announced another key hire for his mayoral campaign. Respected political strategist Fred Hicks will take the reins, serving as campaign manager and strategist, leading a team of consultants and staffers. “Fred is one of the most sought after political strategists in the entire state, and I am incredibly honored…

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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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