The Way I See It from My Big Eyes-
On November 7, 2017, the citizens of Atlanta will vote to decide who will replace Mayor Kasim Reed, who is ineligible to run again. There are thirteen declared candidates vying to become the 60th Mayor of Atlanta, including one of the top contenders, Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell. I sat down to talk to him about Atlanta’s rich history and why this race is critical to our future growth and prosperity.
Atlanta City Councilman President, Ceasar Mitchell was born and raised in the city of Atlanta and has remained dedicated to his home since birth. He’s affectionately known as a “Grady Baby” because his birth occurred in the historic Grady Hospital. He attended and matriculated through the Atlanta Public Schools System.
Councilman Mitchell’s passion to serve the community was instilled in him early on during his childhood by watching his parents every day. His Dad served as a police officer and his mother served as a school teacher. Through his parent’s demonstrations, he was inspired and influenced to want to serve at a higher capacity.
Since finishing Law School, Councilman Mitchell has continued to serve the citizens of Atlanta in all capacities throughout his adult years. One of his main focuses has been serving the youth of Atlanta with the development of educational programs geared toward helping students and parents understand the requirements for higher education. The programs are called College Prep- more than 7000 kids have participated and Back2Business which helps women and minority owned businesses thrive.
Take a listen and hear what makes Councilman Mitchell the BEST candidate to serve as the next mayor of Atlanta.
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