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Wed August 7, 2013
Detroit voters have spoken, now what?
Detroit voters have spoken.
Well, at least 15% of so of them have, the percentage who voted in yesterday's primary.
And it will be Mike Duggan versus Benny Napoleon in the race for Mayor.
Despite being booted off the ballot, and being forced to launch a write-in candidacy, Mike Duggan was by far the most popular choice, with more than 44,395 of the 50,328 write-in ballots that were cast. We should note, Tuesday's election numbers won't be official until certified by county canvassers.
Michigan Radio's political commentator Jack Lessenberry joined us today.
Listen to the full interview above.
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