A new survey has come out in Birmingham. It’s the first from the University of Alabama Birmingham’s Center for Community Engagement (which is located in my office). Among other things, it focuses on Birmingham’s mayor-elect.
I’ve seen some surveys that suggest that the race between now-Mayor-elect Darnell Love and incumbent Mike Coleman is dead even, but other surveys suggest that Coleman can’t beat Love in a runoff. It’s all still in the way of polling, but if Love manages to defeat Coleman and has the support of the majority of the city’s voters, I think that will be enough to send him to office in the next few weeks.
This is all good news because, well… I just got engaged. It also goes to show that love conquers all, at least in the eyes of its creator. The whole point of this is that love conquers all.
The whole point of this is that love conquers all.
Coleman’s love life, and life within it, is a wonderful metaphor for how you can live a life that has been like a dream to you for so long. It’s a metaphor for how you can live a life that has been like a dream to you for so long.
The fact that Coleman loves life so much is what makes his election so exciting. Not so much that he loves it so much, but the fact that he wants to give up the life he’s built to make sure he can live on in his new life. And he’s doing it by saying, “I will give it everything I have.” He’s living the dream as best he can, and to him that’s what life is all about.
Coleman has been one of the best mayors to ever run for office, and his new job is to make sure he does everything in his power to make sure that his new life is as good as his old one. There is no doubt in my mind that Coleman is going to win the election, and is going to make the city of Birmingham great again.
Is this the type of thing you want to hear? I guess you could make the argument that Coleman is the new mayor because he is the best that the mayor has ever been, but I would argue that the voters are saying that the best they can do is as good as it can be. In a city where the mayor is responsible for the police department, fire department, and the city council, it is clear that Coleman is going to do just fine.
To be fair, Coleman’s election was fairly close. The city mayor who’s been elected mayor will be elected in November 2020. However, if the city council’s elections are held in March 2021, it will take him just two weeks to make his announcement. It will take the mayor’s party’s party leader the time to make a public announcement. The mayor will be elected in April.
This is a little bit of a head scratcher, but if Coleman is elected, he won’t have the time to make his announcement in April and it will probably be a month after that. In that month, the mayor may still announce he’s going to retire before his term is up.