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Bankruptcy shadows Detroit's mayoral election

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DETROIT — A former write-in candidate once thought to have little chance of surviving Detroit's primary election is favored to become the city's new mayor, a job with limited power as the debt-ridden city moves toward the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history under a state overseer. The candidates were among the voters going to the polls Tuesday morning. Front-runner Mike Duggan, a...

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