Four candidates ran to be the City of South Fulton's next Mayor: Incumbent Mayor William "Bill" Edwards, who also served as South Fulton's County Commissioner from 2000-2014; Old National Councilman khalid, who has served on City Council since South Fulton became a city in 2017; Jewell Johnson, who led the fight to annex her neighborhood of Loch Lomond out of Atlanta and into the City of South Fulton; and Republican challenger, Dr. Sonia Rolle, a retired educator.
SOUTH FULTON 2021 ELECTION GUIDE
Councilman khalid Headed to Runoff with Incumbent Mayor
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