Mayor Mike Duggan, who is the City of Detroit’s first elected white Mayor in 40 years was reelected for another four year term Tuesday night. In his victory speech a highly elated Mayor Duggan appreciated the people of Detroit for standing by him. “I hope this is the year where we put ‘us versus them’ politics behind us forever because we believe in one Detroit for all of us.”
The Mayor has been instrumental to the remarkable turn around achieved by the city in the areas of security, infrastructural development, and employment. He has identified provisions for training and scholarships with a view to help create a sense of belonging to all Detroiters as one of his priorities for the next four years.