Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell has raised $1.3 million to date in his campaign to become Atlanta’s next mayor.
Candidates filed new disclosures this month.
Peter Aman, Atlanta’s former chief operating officer, reported raising $1 million, which includes a $516,000 loan to his campaign.
“The investment is a show of commitment,” Aman said in a press release announcing his campaign disclosures. “It allows me to compete with elected officials who have spent years building fundraising machines. And it shows voters that I am willing to put skin in the game.”
Cathy Woolard, former Atlanta City Council member and president, reported raising $555,0000
Here are approximate the fundraising totals for other candidates:
– Keisha Lance Bottoms, Atlanta City Council member – $400,000
– Vincent Fort, state senator – $248,000
– Kwanza Hall, Atlanta City Council member – $4,353
– Mary Norwood, Atlanta City Council member – $400,000
– Michael Sterling, former Executive Director of the Atlanta Workforce Agency – $147,000
The Atlanta mayoral election will be held on Nov. 7.
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