Fulton County election officials have certified the results of Atlanta's mayoral election runoff, finally making the numbers official in Keisha Lance Bottoms' victory over Mary Norwood.

The certification was announced Saturday morning.

Bottoms finished with 759 votes more than Norwood on Dec. 5, a number that increased slightly as the final vote was tallied.

Norwood was entitled by Georgia law to request a recount in margins of victory in such small margins of victory, which she requested last week.

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Norwood is also arguing that a southwest Atlanta neighborhood, Loch Lomond, should not have been allowed to vote in the election. The neighborhood had been annexed in 2016, but Norwood said the Georgia Supreme Court has since voided the annexation.

Meanwhile, Bottoms is preparing for her inauguration in January as Atlanta's 60th mayor in history, and has already named her transition team.