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This year’s mayoral elections changed because of the new demographics of Atlanta.
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Atlanta demographics affects mayoral election

  • The demographic shifts are essential in a city where race is often an undercurrent in local elections and a central part of Atlanta’s history and iden
  • Atlanta grew by 71,400 people from 2010-2020, but the number of new white residents outpaced black population growth
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