Voters began transforming Atlanta’s school board in last week’s election, the first step in what many parents and taxpayers hope will lead to an improved public education system.
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Runoff elections will be held Dec. 3 in four multiway races in which no candidate won more than 50 percent of the vote. Even if Atlanta voters didn’t participate in Tuesday’s election, they’re still eligible to cast ballots in the runoff. Early voting locations and dates have not yet been determined.
District 5 — West: Steven Lee 37%, Mary Palmer 36%
District 6 — South: Eshé Collins 36%, Dell Byrd 25%
District 8 — Citywide: Reuben McDaniel 37%, Cynthia Briscoe Brown 26%
District 9 — Citywide: Jason Esteves 34%, Lori James 31%
District 1 — Southeast: Leslie Grant 57%, Brenda Muhammad 43%
District 2 — Central: Byron Amos (unopposed)
District 3 — East: Matt Westmoreland (unopposed)
District 4 — North: Nancy Meister 65%, Taryn Chilivis Bowman 35%
District 7 — Citywide: Courtney English 61%, Nisha Simama 38%