"We All count"

1-page Overview about the We All Count Campaign & cover sheet

President Trump


Nathan Deal


John Lewis

Georgia 5th District Congressman


Hank Johnson For U.S. Representative for Georgia's 4th congressional district



The Voter Information Project

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"Make Your Vote Count"

"We All count"

Avotet Love Radio we are always seeking ways to keep you informed about what's really happening! One of our latest offerings is the "Voter Information Project" (VIP).  A version of this new project was launched during the recent Atlanta City elections.  2017 will bring us Georgia elections for state offices as well as congressional & National races.  VIP will post information and interviews with the candidates so that you will be well informed and able to make good choices when it comes down to Election Day. Love Radio is very pleased that we can be of service to you in this way.  The 2017 voting season will be filled with many issues that are crucial to our recovery from the economic climate we are now in.  The upcoming state elections will determine our leaders for the next two to four years as we continue down the road to economic recovery in our city, state and nation.


Atlanta City Councilwoman. Starting in 2001, Norwood served two consecutive terms in the City Council. She ran unsuccessfully against outgoing Mayor Kasim Reed for the top office in 2009. Website:



Atlanta City Councilwoman. Bottoms, an attorney and legal analyst, joined the Council in January 2010 and is executive director of the Atlanta Fulton County Recreation Authority. Website:

Atlanta City Councilman. Hall was elected to the Atlanta Public School board in 2002 before moving to the Council in 2006. Hall, a director of business development for MACTEC Engineering, is the son of civil rights veterans Leon and Evelyn Hall and attended MIT. Website:


Atlanta City Council President. Mitchell is a real estate attorney for DLA Piper and Morehouse grad who served as a councilman for eight years before taking on the job as council president in 2009. Website:

Georgia State Senator. Fort represents the 39th District, – which includes parts of the city and East Point. He made headlines in 2016 after switching support from Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton to Bernie Sanders, who is backing Fort’s mayoral run. Website:

Former Atlanta City Council President. Former president of the Atlanta City Council. Woolard, a small business owner, became the first openly gay person elected to office in Atlanta in 1997 and the first woman Council president in 2002. Website:

Former City of Atlanta Chief Operating Officer. Former city of Atlanta Chief Operating Officer. Aman, a former partner at consulting giant Bain & Company, helped former Mayor Shirley Franklin in a consulting role in the early days or her administration before becoming Mayor Kasim Reed’s COO for two years. Website:

Former executive director of the Atlanta Workforce Development Agency. Sterling is a former assistant U.S. attorney and advisor to Mayor Reed. He was appointed to Workforce Development In 2014 after its leader abruptly stepped down after allegations of mismanagement of the agency surfaced. Website:

Fulton County Commission Chairman. Eaves has led Fulton, the state’s largest county, since 2007. Before entering politics he spent seven years as southeast regional director for the Peace Corps. Website:




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