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Atlanta City Council Member Michael Julian Bond Endorses Teresa Tomlinson for U.S. Senate

Teresa Tomlinson is running to serve. She understands that leading government is about service, not about power. As an elected representative, I value that quality in elected officials. As an attorney and as a mayor, she fought to better the lives of those that she represented. I am honored to endorse Teresa Tomlinson for U.S. Senate.”

— Atlanta City Council Member Michael Julian Bond

Brief Bio

Council member Michael Julian Bond has served Atlanta citywide, representing more than 450,000 local residents, since his election to the Atlanta City Council Post 1 At-Large seat in November of 2009. He is a member of the Committee on Council and the Community Development/Human Resources and Public Safety committees.

From 1994 to 2001, Michael served on the council as the District 3 representative for portions of the city’s south and northwest. During that time, he served as the city council’s President Pro Tempore.

Outside of his council duties, Michael served as the Deputy Director and Chief Programs Officer for the Atlanta branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

Born and raised in Atlanta, Michael is the son of the late civil rights leader Julian Bond and his wife, Alice. He attended Frederick Douglass High School, Morehouse College, and Georgia State University.

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Tomlinson Endorsement Announcement Process

Throughout the United States Senate Race in Georgia, the Tomlinson Campaign will be releasing endorsements of those insisting on better leadership for Georgians. Each is committed to #TeamTomlinson and will be working to flip not just Georgia, but the U.S. Senate in 2020.

Endorsements will be released on multiple social media platforms and through traditional press release.

Contact: Nicole Henderson,, 404-939-1594.





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