Atlanta's next mayor could be a black woman named Keisha — a prospect that thrills Diamond Harris.The 28-year-old graphic designer exulted Wednesday on her Facebook page: "Keisha, Keisha, Keisha! I just want a mayor name Keisha."Harris, a native of Saginaw, Michigan who moved to Atlanta last year, cast her ballot Tuesday for city councilwoman Keisha Lance Bottoms, who will face fellow councilwoman Mary Norwood in a Dec. 5 runoff election."Just having a mayor whose name isn't the standard name you would find on a coffee mug . I don't know what could be better!" Harris said in a phone interview. "It's kind of like when (Barack) Obama became president.
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