It’s official: Mike Duggan won Detroit’s Mayoral primary by more than 20,000 votes.
This comes after the Wayne County Board of Canvassers on Tuesday ruled workers in Detroit did not properly count the questionable votes using the so-called “hash mark method.”
A new winner has been declared in the primary election for mayor of Detroit.
A former Michigan lawmaker’s switch to the Republican Party just before an election deadline was itself “not a mistake” but the plotting around it was, said state House Speaker Jase Bolger.
Detroit mayoral candidate Mike Duggan picked up more votes as canvassers went through a long list of write-in names.
Mike Duggan walked away as the leading vote-getter in the primary. Now, the process of certifying those results has begun.
A new poll shows that Detroit voters may not be afraid to go against the odds.
A late entrant into the Detroit mayor’s race is taking direct aim at write-in candidate Mike Duggan.
Prosperous suburbs surrounding Detroit — and even the struggling enclaves within — are working to distance themselves from a city in financial ruin.
A Wayne County judge has ruled that Mike Duggan does the meet the legal requirements to be a “write-in candidate.”