CHICAGO -- The former chief of the Detroit Medical Center and the Wayne County sheriff will face off in November to be Detroit’s mayor, a post that will hold little power until late 2014 at the earliest.

Mike Duggan, the former CEO of the medical center, one of the city’s largest employers, surprised many by winning the most votes in Tuesday’s primary despite campaigning as a write-in candidate.

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