DETROIT (Reuters) - Detroit's interim Mayor Ken Cockrel Jr. and NBA legend-turned-businessman Dave Bing appeared set to face off in a May election to pick a mayor for the troubled and cash-strapped city for the remainder of 2009. With 98 percent of precincts reporting, Bing had nearly 29 percent of votes cast with 27 percent for Cockrel, putting them atop a crowded field of 15 candidates. The top two vote-getters in Tuesday's mayoral primary, the first of four Detroit mayoral votes this ...
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