of registered voters in OUR MPNCA Neighborhood in OUR District 8 voted for mayor in 2017
On November 2, 2021
Vote in November 2, 2021 election - Reminder
Please be aware that there will be a very important local vote that takes place on November 2nd. If you live in the City of Atlanta you will have 6 votes for City of Atlanta Government:
City Council President
Our City Council District Person (District 8), and
The three at large City Council Representatives (1/2/3).
APS BOE District 4 seat and
Three APS BOE at large seats (D7/D8/D9)
Please educate yourself on who is running and use your voice at the polls. Here is a link to those who have qualified: https://citycouncil.atlantaga.gov/home/showdocument?id=7557&t=637668099306848048
Additionally, MPNCA is helping to spearhead a Get Out the Vote Campaign called Buckhead Counts. Historically the turn out for Buckhead is very low. We need everyone to vote at the polls…. vote early, go day of or use your absentee ballot. In the coming months, you will see friendly reminders throughout the Buckhead area. I hope you will join us at the polls to vote!! #yourvoteisyourvoice #Buckheadcounts
Residents must be registered to vote by Oct. 4. Check your voter registration status at the Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page. Advance voting will be from Oct. 12-29.
For information about absentee voting, please go to: https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/elections/absentee_voting_in_georgia
City of Atlanta – VOTE
Below is a list of all the qualified candidates City-wide in this upcoming election: https://citycouncil.atlantaga.gov/home/showdocument?id=7557&t=637668099306848048
We recommend using these 2 great sources for information on the qualified candidates:
Committee for a Better Atlanta - www.Cbatl.org
And Buckhead Council of Neighborhoods - https://www.buckheadcouncil.org/election-central/
We will have 6 votes total at City Hall and those will include: (Mayor, Council President, 3 At Large Seats for City Wide Representation and our own Council Person. Our neighborhood is District 8.
Mayor of Atlanta - Antonio Brown, Andre Dickens, Kirsten Dunn, Nolan English, Sharon Gay, Mark Hammad, Kenny Hill, Rebecca King, Felicia Moore, Kasim Reed, Walter Reeves, Roosevelt Searles, Richard Wright, Glenn Wrightson
City Council Seats:
City Council President - Natalyn Archibong, Courtney English, Samuel Manuel, Mike Russell, Doug Shipman
Post 1 At Large - Michael Julian Bond (i), Alfred “Shivy” Brooks, Brandon Cory Goldberg, Todd Gray, Jereme Sharpe
Post 2 At Large - Sonya Russell- Ofchus, Matt Westmoreland (i)
Post 3 At Large - Jacki Labat, Ralph Long III, Jodi Merriday, Keisha Sean Waites, Sherry Williams
District 8 (our neighborhood) - Mary Norwood (uncontested)
Atlanta Public Schools, Board of Education:
We have a total of 4 votes on for APS BOE. Our neighborhood is District 4 for APS BOE representation. We will have 3 seats for At-large:
Board of Education Member, District 7- At Large Patricia "Granny P" Crayton, Tamara Jones, Royce Carter Mann, Stephen Spring, Kanesha "KaCey" Venning
Board of Education Member, District 8 At Large- Cynthia Briscoe-Brown (i), Keedar Whittle
Board of Education Member, District 9 At Large- Jason B. Allen, Jason F. Esteves (i), D'Jaris "DJ" James
Board of Education Member, District 4- Jennifer McDonald, Mikalya Arciaga
City of Sandy Springs- VOTE.
Mayor of Sandy Springs- Mayor Rusty Paul & Dontaye Carter
District 6- Councilman Andy Bauman & Jeff Howe
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MPNCA June 2021
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Our guys at Atlanta Fire Station #27 work hard to protect us every day. I'm sure the normal fire station food is fine, but everyone likes it when someone else prepares dinner. So, we are organizing First Fridays for Station #27.
Once a month on the first Friday of the month it would be great if someone from our neighborhood steps forward and drops off a meal for our firefighters. There are typically 6 firefighters on duty. I'm sure most of you have a favorite family recipe or dinner you like to prepare that can feed your group so let's do the same. With our large number of neighbors, it shouldn't take much for everyone to chip in and give the guys a nice warm meal. Thank you in advance, and if you have any questions then please send them my way and we will get an answer for you.
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