Despite all the fearmongering about independent Norwood allegedly being a Republican in 2009, fueled by the tactics and playbook of then-Reed supporter State Sen. Reed was the big business, big developer Mayor that APN predicted. But if you look at the last eight years of Mayor Reed, a Democrat, and Fulton County Chairman John Eaves, a Democrat: the City drastically cut pensions; the City sold major real estate assets like City Hall East with little or no public benefits; the County privatized Grady Hospital.
If this is what Democrats are doing, then what cause of fear is really left for us to have, as is relates to Republicans?
Members made their own, often colorful, costumes: robes, masks and conical hats, designed to be terrifying and to hide their identities.(APN) ATLANTA — The Board of Directors of Atlanta Progressive News has issued a first round of endorsements in the 2017 City of Atlanta races for Mayor of Atlanta, and the Post 1-at-large Council seat.For Mayor of Atlanta, APN endorses former State Sen.Vincent Fort (D-Atlanta), a progressive champion, as our first choice for Mayor; and APN rates Atlanta City Councilwoman Mary Norwood (Post 2-at-large), our second choice for Mayor, as Favorable/Qualified.For Post 1-at-large, APN is endorsing Atlanta City Councilman Michael Julian Bond, the incumbent.