While Atlanta’s mayoral candidates continue to try and drag Mary Norwood off her lofty perch atop the polls, the race for the city’s second highest elected position has flown mostly under the radar.  However that three-candidate race, like its mayoral counterpart, features some tight polling and a likely runoff as the candidates scramble for position with less than a month to go before the November 7th election day.

According to a poll released last week by Survey USA for 11Alive, City Councilwoman Felicia Moore leads the way with 33% of the vote, followed by fellow councilmembers C.T. Martin at 24% and Alex Wan with 19%.  24% of voters, a fairly large percentage this close to election day, remain undecided.  If no candidate receives over 50% of the vote a runoff will be held on December 5th. 

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