In this episode of Talk Back Georgia, we dive deep into the mayoral campaign of Kalvin Bennett, a passionate advocate for the community of South Fulton. With a heartfelt commitment to giving the people a voice, reducing crime, and restoring trust in politics, Bennett’s agenda resonated strongly with the residents of the 5th District.

Hailing from Charleston, SC, Bennett’s journey led him to New York City before settling in South Fulton in 1997. His roots in the community run deep, as evidenced by his involvement in local sports programs and his active participation in various campaigns promoting community empowerment and public safety.

Having previously run for the District 5 council seat and served on both the Zoning Board of Appeals and the Ethics Board, Bennett’s dedication to serving South Fulton is undeniable. Today, his impact extends even further as he serves on the executive boards of two non-profit organizations, demonstrating his commitment to uplifting both local and global communities.

With a family history rooted in resilience and service, Bennett’s mayoral campaign was a testament to his unwavering dedication to the betterment of South Fulton. Join us as we explore his vision for the city and reflect on his campaign journey, celebrating the strides made and the lessons learned along the way.

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