Mayor Kasim Reed visits home of Grady teacher, his ‘lucky house’


The Southerner

Photo by Quinn Mulholland

Physics teacher Jeff Cramer and his wife, Ann Cramer, held a fundraiser event for Mayor Kasim Reed, who is running for re-election this November, at their house in Inman Park today. Attendees included State Senator Nan Orrock, State Representative Pat Gardner, city councilman Kwanza Hall as well as Reed himself. Reed spoke about his first term as mayor, during which, he said, he passed sweeping pension reform, and used the money saved to hire hundreds of new police officers. Reed also discussed his support for the Atlanta BeltLine, a new stadium for the Atlanta Falcons, and funding for infrastructure and the arts. “This group is your cheering squad, your choir,” Ann Cramer said to Reed at the event. Reed hosted a campaign event at the Cramers’ house four years ago, when he was first running for mayor. Because he won that election, he called the Cramers’ house his ‘lucky house’. What do you think of Mayor Reed’s first term in office? Photos by J.D. Capelouto

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