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Detroit ministers endorse Mike Duggan for mayor

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Ministers announcing their endorsement for Mike Duggan on Friday, Oct. 11 Ministers announcing their endorsement for Mike Duggan on Friday, Oct. 11
DETROIT, Mich. (WJBK) -

With the election for Detroit's next mayor less than one month away now, candidate Mike Duggan adds another group of endorsers to his list.

Friday dozens of Detroit ministers collectively announced their support for Duggan as the next mayor. More than thirty ministers were there to make the announcement.

The announcement was make at the Little Rock Baptist Church on Woodward Avenue.

Other endorsements Duggan has received have come from several major unions, the Detroit Retired City Employee Association, primary candidate Lisa Howze and the Metro Times.

The election is November 5th.

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