In a city that is large enough to fit Boston, Manhattan and San Francisco, it’s not easy for Detroit workers to find – and fix – thousands of problems that exist in many long-neglected neighborhoods.
I’d try to insert my ballot, but the machine would push it back, returning the error message, “NO DATA AVAILABLE.”
Wayne County Clerk Cathy Garrett’s husband isn’t the only family member with a role in Napoleon’s campaign.
Napoleon said news agencies “want you to stay home and not vote” during the mayoral election next week.
During our one-hour drive, we saw scrappers, suspected drug dealers, a loose pit bull, gang-related graffiti, wide-open abandoned homes, dilapidated businesses and yards covered in trash.
The cost to taxpayers – nearly $500,000.
The mayoral candidate said Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr wants to “slit throats” of Detroiters.
A reformer or sore loser? The 64-year-old accountant won’t give up.
The Secretary of State’s office is focusing on corporate donations.
Napoleon raised $37,000 from CEOs, attorneys and contractors from other states, compared to $21,500 from Detroiters.