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DETROIT CITY COUNCIL MEMBER AT LARGE  (100%)

Saunteel Jenkins     51,917     34%
Brenda Jones         45,524    30%
David Bullock         15,734     10%
Roy McCalister Jr.     13,397     9%
Monica Lewis-Patrick     9,751    6%
Angles Lisa Hunt     5,513     4%
Cedric Banks         5,317    4%
Jessica Rayford-Clark     4,507    3%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 1  (100%)
James Tate         9.349    60%
Wanda Jan Hill          2,001     13%
Darryl Brown          1,617    10%
Laura Goodspeed        868     6%
James Kyle Beeler      849    5%
Osei Bomnai            690     4%
Ulice Sherman            187    1%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2  (100%)

George Cushingberry Jr. 4,675     28%
Leslie Love          2,884     17%
Richard Bowers Jr.     2,778     17%
Derrick Muhammad     1,815     11%
Ken Scott         1,407     8%
Carron Pinkins         1,389     8%
Barbara Herard         763     5%
Terrance Burney     665     4%
Hollie Tugwell         257    1%
Ervin Bassett         257     1%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 3  (100%)

Scott Benson         3,229     37%
Francine Adams         1,425     16%
Eugene Slappy         1,196     13%
Russ Bellant         1,114     13%
Wanda Redmond         928     10%
Dorthea Thomas         801     9%
Myron Cash Benford     215     2%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4 (100%)

Andre Spivey         4,004     38%
Bettie Cook Scott     2,336     22%
Bernard Parker         1,989     19%
Khalil Ligon         1,668     16%
Jessie Lee Fennie     324     3%
Albert Aaron         200     2%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 5 (100%)

Adam Hollier         4,248     31%
Mary Sheffield        4,192     30%
Mary Waters         2,990     21%
Brian White         2,339     16%
DaNetta Simpson     480     2%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 6 (100%)

Raquel Castaneda-Lopez     2,613     31%
Issac Robinson         2,246     26%
Vince Keenan         1,598     19%
Tyrone Carter         1,520     18%
Davonte Sherard     329     4%
Nina Fawaz         231     2%

DETROIT CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 7 (100%)

Gabe Leland         3,896     36%
John J. Bennett     2,626     23%
Regina Ross         2,576     23%
Dustin Campbell     1,731     15%
Robb Bennett         392     3%

DETROIT CLERK  (100%)

Janice Winfrey          57,601  66%
D. Etta Wilcoxon     14,911 17%
James Cole Jr.          8,206     9%
Scotty Boman          4,451    5%
Lucinda Darrah          2,864     3%

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