• MAYOR'S RACE: Here's how Atlanta voted in the runoff election


    ATLANTA - It was a close one!

    With all precincts reporting late Tuesday night, Keisha Lance Bottoms appeared to have won the Atlanta mayor’s race, beating fellow City Councilwoman Mary Norwood.

    Unofficial returns showed that Bottoms garnered 759 more votes than Norwood in the runoff election on Tuesday – a virtual repeat of the 2009 race when Mayor Kasim Reed defeated Norwood by 714 votes.


    The vote split the city nearly in half, with the northern part voting for Norwood and the southern part voting for Bottoms.

    This map shows how Fulton County voted in the Atlanta Mayor's Race. Keisha Lance Bottoms is green and Mary Norwood is blue.

    East Atlanta, Kirkwood and Old Fourth Ward areas were the real battle of the race.

    In Kirkwood, the northern part went Norwood and the southern part went Bottoms.

    In southeast Atlanta, Grant Park and Ormewood Park went for Norwood, while the rest of the area favored Bottoms.

    See the interactive map for Fulton County on the Secretary of State's website.

    See the full interactive map, including DeKalb County, on MyAJC.com

    The Atlanta Journal Constitution contributed to this report.

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