Detroit's police and firefighters have each chosen their pick for mayor.
As Michigan Radio's Sarah Cwiek reported, the police want Napoleon.
And the firefighters want Duggan.
The announcement was made earlier this week in front of a shuddered fire station - the Ladder 19 station in Detroit:
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Ladder 19 illustrates some the problems the department faces. The department left the station dark for periods of time, and the downtime lead to repeated lootings of the facility, which is now unusable.
“At a time when Detroit’s future is literally being shaped amidst financial turmoil, Mike’s commitment to the security and safety of the public and our members was critical to him winning our endorsement,” Teresa Sanderfer, Local 344’s Secretary, said in a statement.
Polls show Duggan with a lead over Napoleon - with 26% "undecided."