(WXYZ) - With 50 percent of the city's precincts reporting, write-in votes and candidate Benny Napoleon are leading the vote count in the race to choose Detroit's next mayor.
Results show that just over half of the votes cast were for write-in candidates.
Benny Napoleon was next in line with about 30 percent of the votes.
Our political expert, Tim Kiska, says the majority of those write-in votes will likely go to Mike Duggan.
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