Mary Norwood

One day after Emory’s annexation into Atlanta was approved, Keisha Lance Bottoms claimed victory as Atlanta’s next mayor after she garnered the most votes in the runoff race Dec. 5 as of 12:40 a.m. Wednesday, while her opponent Emory alumna ...

Atlanta City Councilmembers Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood (74C) were the top two candidates in the Atlanta mayoral race, bringing the race to a Dec. 5 runoff. In the general election yesterday, Bottoms received 26.83 percent, and Norwood received ...

Emory’s anticipated annexation into Atlanta means that Emory will likely be under the jurisdiction of the winner of a Dec. 5 mayoral runoff election between City Councilwoman Keisha Lance Bottoms and City Councilwoman Mary Norwood (74C). With 95 percent of ...

Atlanta Councilwoman and Emory alumna Mary Norwood (74C) may be the current frontrunner in Atlanta’s upcoming mayoral race, but her past and proposed handling of the Atlanta Police Department (APD) is far too soft, and should concern voters. APD is ...

An Emory alumna could be Atlanta’s first white mayor since 1973. Mary Norwood (74C), the leading candidate in the 2017 non-partisan Atlanta mayoral election, spoke to the Wheel about her views on various pressing topics, such as Emory’s annexation into ...

Eleven Atlanta mayoral candidates discussed topics such as affordable housing, public transportation and education in a forum at Emory Sept. 28. The event was co-hosted by Emory, the League of Women Voters of Georgia and the League of Women Voters ...