Low Voter Turnout for Potentially Historic Atlanta Election

Tuesday, November 03, 2009

It's election day, and Atlanta may be on the verge of electing their first white mayor since 1969: Mary Norwood, a city council member for eight years. Georgia Public Broadcasting's Susanna Capelouto surveys the scene and the potential for making history and joins us from outside the polls. She also explains why turnout is expected to be as low as 30% today.  

Guests:

Susanna Capelouto

Produced by:

Alex Goldmark

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