Detroit voters elect 1st white mayor in 4 decades

November 7, 2013   // 0 Comments

By COREY WILLIAMS DETROIT (AP) — When Mike Duggan recites the oath of office in January as Detroit's first white mayor in four decades, he may — in a way — give the eulogy to a period of racial divide that has defined much of the city's past. Unofficial general election results Tuesday night showed Duggan defeating Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon 55 percent to 45 percent with all of the city'...

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