City of Detroit August 3 Primary Election Results

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View election results for Detroit races including Proposal P, Mayor, City Council - At Large, City Council Districts 1, 4 and 7, City Clerk.

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Local communities across the region head to the polls on August 3 to cast their ballots for city officials and local proposals. 

Detroit voters will narrow down the race for Mayor, City Clerk and City Council and will decide whether the revised City Charter created by the Charter Revision Commission will be adopted by the city.

WDET is committed to bringing you accurate information about the races and will do so on-air and online when election results are available. Bookmark this page for confirmed results.


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Mayor
City Council - At Large
City Council - District 1
City Council - District 4
City Council - District 7
City Clerk
Proposal P


Mayor

Advancing: Mike Duggan, Anthony Adams

One position, 4-year term. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Anthony Adams 7,014
Tom Joe Barrow 4,237
Kiawana Brown 1,303
Mike Duggan 50,853
Myya Jones 3,536
Jasahn M. Larsosa 797
Charleta U. McInnis 389
DaNetta L. Simpson 476
Art Tyus 600
D. Etta Wilcoxon 894
TOTAL* 70,232

*Includes write-ins


City Council - At Large

Advancing: Janeé Ayers, Nicole Small, Mary Waters, Coleman Young

Two positions, four-year term. Four candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Janeé L. Ayers 34,513
Jermain Lee Jones 4,647
Nicole Small 11,989
Mary Waters 26,026
Coleman A. Young Jr. 34,157
TOTAL* 111,332

Includes write-ins


City Council - District 1

Advancing: Krystal Larsosa, James Tate Jr.

One position, 4-year term. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 95 of 95 (100%)
Candidate Votes
Darryl D. Brown 1,328
Quincy Coleman 592
Krystal Larsosa 1,513
James Tate, Jr. 8,926
TOTAL* 12,383

*Includes write-ins


City Council - District 4

Advancing: M.L. Elrick, Latisha Johnson

One position, 4-year term. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 71 of 88 (80.7%)
Candidate Votes
Ane Bomani 164
M. L. Elrick 2,015
Latisha Johnson 2,628
Toson Knight 1,576
Daivon Reeder 80
Virgil Smith 1,465
Ken Snapp 324
TOTAL* 8,263

*Includes write-ins


City Council - District 7

Advancing: Fred Durhal, Regina Ross

One position, 4-year term. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 84 of 84 (100%)
Candidate Votes
John Bennett 1,676
William M. Davis 454
Fred Durhal 2,563
Regina Ross 2,076
JoAnna Underwood 1,210
Angy Webb 353
TOTAL* 8,571

*Includes write-ins


City Clerk

Advancing: Denzel Anton McCampbell, Janice M. Winfrey

One position, 4-year term. Two candidates will advance to the November election.

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%) 
Candidate Votes
Beverly Kindle-Walker 6,952
Denzel Anton McCampbell 10,434
Michael Stephen Ri’chard 2,362
Janice M. Winfrey 48,117
TOTAL* 68,355

*Includes write-ins


Proposal P

Proposal P did not pass.

Proposal to Adopt Charter Commission Revision
Shall the City of Detroit Home Rule Charter proposed by the Detroit Charter Revision Commission be adopted?

Precincts reporting: 623 of 623 (100%)
Response Votes
Yes 22,696
No 46,707
TOTAL 69,403

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