DETROIT – Detroit voters have elected Mayor Mike Duggan for a third term at the city’s helm.
Duggan defeated challenger Anthony Adams in the 2021 Michigan General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Duggan won by a wide margin.
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Duggan received more than 50,800 votes — 72.4% — to 7,014 for Adams in the city’s August primary. In Detroit, the top two vote-getters in the nonpartisan primary move on to the general election.
Duggan was first elected in 2013 and took office in 2014. He’s the first mayor to be elected for a third term since Coleman Young, who served five terms in the mayoral seat.