Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan Wins Bid For Re-Election

Nov 7, 2017

Mike Duggan has beaten challenger Coleman A. Young II and will remain the mayor of Michigan's largest city.

With 89-percent of precincts reporting, Duggan holds over 71% of votes. 

Duggan was elected in 2013, the city's first white mayor since 1973. He won the primary that year as a write-in candidate. Detroit is more than 80 percent black.

Here are the results via the Wayne County Clerk as of 9:44 p.m. EST: