town, Bolton, Bolton Hills, Brookview Heights, Carey Park, Carver Hills, Center Hill, Chattahoochee, Collier Heights, Cross Creek, English Park, Grove Park, Fernleaf, Hanover West, Hills Park, Lincoln Homes, Monroe Heights, Ridgewood Heights, Riverside, Rockdale, Scotts Crossing, Underwood Hills, West Highlands, Westover Plantation and Whittier Mill Village. DISTRICT 10
Right now, candidate Kenneth Hill leads in fundraising totals. District 10 is made up of Adamsville, Audobon Forest, Audobon Forest West, Baker Hills, Bakers Ferry, Bankhead Courts, Boulder Park, Carroll Heights, Cascade Avenue/Road, Chalet Woods, Collier Heights, East Ardley Road, Fairburn Road/Wisteria Lane, Fairburn Mays, Florida Heights, Green Acres Valley, Green Forest Acres, Harland Ter- race, Ivan Hill, Mays, Oakcliff, Old Gordon, Peyton Forest, Ridgecrest Forest, Westhaven, West Manor, Westview, Wildwood, Wilson Mill Meadows and Wisteria Gardens. DISTRICT 11
One of seven newcomers will take over for Keisha Lance-Bottoms. Leading the fundraising right now is Marci Overstreet.
Their district has a slew of Atlanta neighborhoods: Adams Park, Arlington Estates, Ashley Courts, Beecher Hills, Ben Hill neighborhoods, Brentwood, Briar Glen, Butner/Tell, Campbellton Road, Cascade Avenue/Road, Cascade Green, Cascade Heights, Deerwood, Elmco Estates, Fairburn, Fairburn Tell, Fairway Acres, Fort Valley, Greenbriar, Greenbriar Village, Green Forest Acres, Heritage Valley, Huntington, Kings Forest, Lake Estates, Laurens Valley, Magnum Manor, Meadowbrook Forest, Mellwood, Midwest Cascade, Mt. Gilead Woods, Niskey Cove, Niskey Lake, Old Fair- burn Village, Pamond Park, Princeton Lakes, Regency Trace, Rue Royal, Sandlewood Estates, Southwest, Tampa Park, Venetian Hills, Westwood Terrace and Wildwood Forest. DISTRICT 12
Joyce Sheperd raised more than $100,000 already to represent District 12 for a fifth term. She’s got four challengers, but none are quite at that level yet.
Their district represents Amal Heights, Betmar LaVilla, Blair Villa/Poole Creek, Browns Mill Park, Capitol View, Capitol View Manor, Fort McPherson, Glenrose Heights, Hammond Park, High Point, Joyland, Lakewood Heights, Oakland City, Orchard Knob, Perkerson, Polar Rock, Rosedale Heights, South River Gardens, Swallow Circle/Baywood, Sylvan Hills and Venetian Hills. AT-LARGE POSTS In addition to the 12 districts, the Atlanta City Council has three at-large posts, right now represented by Michael Bond, mayoral candidate Mary Norwood and Andre Dickens. Both Bond and Dickens look to maintain their positions, but only Dickens is running unopposed. In fact, candidate Courtney English has almost $100,000 more than Bond raised in hopes of replacing him. Matt Stephens Westmoreland received more than $140,000 in his race to win Norwood’s vacated spot. COUNCIL PRESIDENT
What would it be like if Atlanta had a gay mayor and a gay city council president? It’s a definite possibility, as Wan has the most dollars in so far to lead the council, and out mayoral candidate Cathy Woolard isn’t broke either. Fellow council members Clarence Martin and Felicia Moore are in the running against Wan. All Atlantans, regardless of which neighborhood they reside in, will be able to vote for the Atlanta council president.