You Are Here: Home » Top Stories of the Week » Board of Canvassers: Napoleon beats Duggan in primary

Board of Canvassers: Napoleon beats Duggan in primary

Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon, left, and Mike Duggan  ZENOBIA JEFFRIES PHOTO

Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon, left, and Mike Duggan
ZENOBIA JEFFRIES PHOTO

The Wayne Board of Canvassers met Aug. 20 to certify votes for the Detroit mayoral Election.

The body threw out over 20,000 of write-in candidate Mike Duggan’s votes due to improper marking in the poll books. According to the Board there were 69,000 total votes cast for the office of mayor.

The Board’s count places candidate Benny Napoleon over Duggan with 28,391 votes and Duggan with 23,970 votes.

 

Staff report

 

 

 

 

Clip to Evernote

About The Author

Editor

Number of Entries : 399

© 2012 The Michigan Citizen All Rights Reserved | Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy

Scroll to top