Q ATLus is your local gay guide to Halloween and Election Day

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This issue of Q ATLus dresses you up, points you in the right direction and advises you where to go. From there, the final choices for Halloween and Election Day are all on you.

10 Q Things masquerades in fun costumes ideas. Q Events lists this year’s biggest and best boo bashes through Sunday.

Halloween would be enough for one week, but this is LGBTQ Atlanta. Of course, there’s more. Early voting is already underway with a record number of out LGBTQ candidates in the Nov. 2 election. Georgia Equality endorsed seven of them in our gay voting guide.

Speaking of politics, Chamblee gets its first openly gay mayor this year. Meet him in this issue too.

We close with Q Advice and Q Shots photos, plus the promise of ever-more digestible content on our homepage every day. Reach out in our social DMs or via [email protected].

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