Tharon Johnson Leaves City Job to Become Lobbyist

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Tharon Johnson, who managed the campaigns of US Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) in 2008 and then-Mayoral candidate Kasim Reed in 2009, has left his job as a senior advisor to Mayor Reed, to become a lobbyist for Piedmont Public Affairs, a governmental affairs firm, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution newspaper.

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  • Is this another former city employee to be questioned by federal and state investigators in the never ending Atlanta City Hall corruption scandal ?

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