The Michigan Supreme Court has received a request to hear a case involving whether former Detroit Medical Center chief Mike Duggan can appear on the ballot in Detroit’s mayoral election.
Detroit mayoral hopeful Mike Duggan is holding a news conference Wednesday morning to discuss his removal from the city’s primary election ballot.
Wayne County Judge has ruled that Detroit mayoral candidate Mike Duggan’s name must be removed from the primary ballot.
The Detroit Elections Commission has certified Mike Duggan’s candidacy for Mayor of Detroit.
Bing added he’s forming a committee to explore other opportunities, including running for Wayne County executive.
The poll show former DMC boss Mike Duggan has almost 35 percent support.
Likely Detroit mayoral candidate Benny Napoleon is backpedaling on comment that his possible opponent is framing as divisive.
Pugh tells WWJ that he never intended to run for more than one council term, but what about a run for mayor?