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Category: News Briefs - Original Published on Thursday, 11 July 2013 11:30 Written by Michigan Chronicle Staff
As Wayne County Prosecutor a decade ago, Mike Duggan received national attention for his crusade against graffiti vandals in Detroit. On Thursday, Duggan will continue that fight as he and his volunteers paints over more than a half dozen graffiti messages on vacant buildings meant to support his write in candidacy for Mayor.
This is a new commitment by the Mike Duggan campaign to paint over "Write In Mike Duggan" messages that have been spray painted on vacant buildings in several areas of Detroit. Duggan is a write-in candidate for Mayor in the August 6th Primary election. Duggan, and several campaign volunteers' first stop will be a vacant commercial building on the south side of W. Seven Mile (approx. address of 10534) at Pinehurst, west of Wyoming. Duggan's team will then proceed to other locations along Seven Mile and Wyoming roads.
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