By CBS Detroit
Mayor Mike Duggan and State Sen. Coleman A. Young II each appeared with CBS 62 Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain on “Michigan Matters” Friday afternoon in exclusive conversations, discussing their campaigns for mayor of Detroit in the final weeks before voters head to the polls Nov. 7.
It will air as a special “Michigan Matters” 11:30 a.m. this Sunday on CBS 62.
It marked the first time the two candidates were in proximity to each other, though they did not appear together. Cain posed numerous questions on a range of issues centering around public education, the growing divide in the city, the Amazon headquarters bid and curtailing crime.
Duggan, 59, is winding down his first term as mayor, and Young, 35, has been a state legislator serving in the House and Senate for 10 years.
Young is the son of the late Detroit Mayor Coleman A. Young.
The two men will participate in the only formal debate this Wednesday night.
Watch “Michigan Matters” 11:30 Am Sunday only on CBS 62
Come back to CBSDetroit.com this Monday when additional exclusive conversations with Duggan and Young will be posted as each talks about their time in office, the state of race relations, growing global relations to China, and so much more.