Some progressive friends insisted that voting for someone you actually believed in must be wrong – because for so many, many years it has been futile. Not anymore.
Raw sewage flooded two Detroit fire stations on Sunday, prompting health concerns and fears that the backup could interfere with one of the polling locations during Tuesday’s primary election.
A reformer or sore loser? The 64-year-old accountant won’t give up.
“Where in the world is Benny? I’m getting worried ya’ll,” one Napoleon supporter said.
Detroit emergency manager “is the governor’s anointed turnaround man, and bankruptcy is not a turnaround plan,” Napoleon said.
At issue is whether election workers improperly handled about 18,000 votes.
Candidate Tom Barrow said Duggan is campaigning for the “wealthy and arrogant.”
In just six months, Detroiters will select the top two mayoral candidates during the nonpartisan primary.