“I resent it and hopefully we will get to the point where we start to get worldwide attention for the things that we’re starting to do well in the city,” Mike Duggan said.
With voter turnout under 20 percent — Mike Duggan beat Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon 55 to 45 percent.
Five-and-a-half hours after the polls opened, the city’s department of elections reported a voter turnout of just five percent.
Both of Detroit’s mayoral candidates have officially cast their ballots.
The new mayor will have little immediate power as the debt-ridden metropolis is guided through the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history by an emergency manager.
“There is no turnaround and there was no turnaround,” Napoleon said on-air.
Detroit’s mayoral campaign trail has taken a decidedly negative tone in these final days leading up to Tuesday’s election.
With the debates now over – what will the final hours of this historic Detroit Mayoral election between Mike Duggan and Benny Napoleon bring? And why are Governor Rick Snyder and EM Kevyn Orr paying […]
A super PAC supporting Detroit mayoral candidate Mike Duggan has taken in nearly three times more than the second-place fundraiser: the state House GOP.
With the clock ticking down to the Nov. 5 election, mayoral candidates Mike Duggan and Benny Napoleon met in their second forum at the Detroit Economic Club where they talked of crime, Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr and moving into Manoogian Mansion.