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In 2002 four-term incumbent Senator James vacated the seat and contested David Scott and an other contenders for the Georgia's 13th congressional district, which was created after the 2000 census when Georgia added two new congressional districts.The district includes the southern portion of Fulton County (Atlanta, Alpharetta, College Park, East Point, Fairburn, Hapeville, Mountain Park, Palmetto, Roswell, Sandy Springs, and Union City) and the northeast portion of Douglas County (Douglasville, and Lithia Springs).Thomas Friedman has praised Reed in the New York Times for balancing the city's budget by limiting the pensions of city employees.This money was instead spent on the police force, as well as on community centers in poor neighborhoods (rather than on reversing the 42% increase in property taxes passed in 2009).He served as campaign manager for Shirley Franklin's successful Atlanta mayoral campaign in 2001.After Franklin was term limited from the mayor's office, Reed successfully ran for the position in 2009. Reed disagreed with their action, saying there was nothing wrong with having the Republican Party try to win the votes of black students.He praises Reed as "combining a soft touch with a hard head." Since the 1990s, the official State Flag of Georgia had been a center of controversy as it incorporated the historic Confederate flag dating to the American Civil War, which among some people is thought to symbolize resistance to cultural changes in the state.After 2001 changes to the flag which removed this, Governor of Georgia Roy Barnes, who had led the flag-redesign effort, was defeated for re-election; many thought it was the result of the political backlash.

Under this format if the legislators did not approve the newly designed flag over the existing one they could have pursued other designs including the one with the controversial 1956 version of the flag.

As a campaign manager in an election occurring in the shadow of the September 11 attacks, he surveyed potential voters' perceptions of the propriety of the campaign's advertising broadcasts.

At the time certain ads were thought to focus on sensitive topics.

However, Cochran did obtain permission from Nina Hickson, the City of Atlanta's Ethics Officer.

The book, in expressing his interpretation of Christian teaching, describes homosexuality as a "perversion." Cochran wrote and self-published the book in 2013.

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