“There is no turnaround and there was no turnaround,” Napoleon said on-air.
State canvassers will receive a summary report Tuesday on the write-in tabulations and certify the primary results.
Then the court got involved Thursday and ordered the state not to retabulate the ballots. This means the city, county, state — and now the courts — are in the thick of what could become one of the most pivotal elections in Detroit history.
“Because 18,000, plus or minus, were actually cast, we feel it’s very important that they’re counted.”
The results of 12 of 16 elections statewide would have stayed the same—even without Detroit in the equation.