Early returns in Detroit's mayoral primary show that more write-in votes have been cast than votes for any single candidate on Tuesday's ballot.
With 601 of 614 precincts reporting, write-ins had 53 percent of the vote.
View the latest results right here.
Former medical center chief Mike Duggan is expected to receive a vast majority of the write-ins. But the last minute addition of Detroit barber Mike Dugeon as a write-in could complicate things. Elections workers will have to tally votes for the spelling of each name on write-in ballots.
County canvassers will go over the ballots to determine which votes were intended for which candidate.
Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon was second early Tuesday with 30.7 percent of the vote.
The top two move on to the November general election.