Kasim Reed, is the lustrous, energetic, silver-tongued, zestful, high-powered, enterprising, aggressive and feisty Mayor of the city of Atlanta. Mayor Reed is undertaking another term as Mayor of the greatest city in the South, Atlanta. Mayor Reed has done so much for the city of Atlanta and more is committed by him and his administration to do more for the citizens of Atlanta. As Mayor Reed has stated in his campaign slogan, ‘We are just getting started.’
On November 5, 2013, citizens of Atlanta can vote for the only man for the city of Atlanta as Mayor. Kasim Reed was born and raised in the city. He is in touch with the needs of the city and citizens of Atlanta. Mayor Reed is working to move the city into situations where our children and their children will be proud to call Atlanta home. President Obama and other Atlanta leaders have endorsed Mayor Reed who has been dubbed ‘The Mayor.’
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Muhammad Kasim Reed, born June 10, 1969 is the 59 Mayor of the 'City in the Forest,' Atlanta. Mayor Reed is running for a second term to fulfill his commitment to the citizens of Atlanta and the city. Mayor Reed is a native of the of Atlanta and his roots and family are respected and icons in the city. Mayor Reed is determined to see the the city of Atlanta move into the 21st century with self-worth and a city that more people continue to relocate to. As a native Atlantan, the Mayor has his eye on the future of Atlanta, because he and his family will continue to live here. Checkout ‘30 Accomplishments In 3 Years,’ Mayor Kasim Reed. http://www.atlantaga.gov/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=6800
Mayor Reed is a graduate of Howard University in Washington, D.C. After graduation from law school, Mayor Reed joined the law firm of Paul, Hastings, Panofsky & Walker, LLP. Mayor Reed is smart and know the law. He is what Atlantans need to move the city forward. There is more to be done for the city and for Atlantans, you have not seen nothing yet. On Tuesday, November 5, 2013, make sure you exercise your right to vote. Welcome to Atlanta.
‘Where there is no vision, the people perish'. -Proverbs 29:18