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Who won the Detroit mayoral debate on Tuesday night?The biggest winner could be the 24 percent of likely voters who told pollsters last week that they were undecided.Results of the poll, conducted for the Detroit Free Press and debate host WXYZ-Channel 7, were released just before the Tuesday night debate.And this is one week before the election that could be the most important choice in three decades.So who really won?As one of the four media representing pitching questions to the candidates kmerksemsc , I had a couple of takeaways:First, Sheriff Benny Napoleon’s attacks on opponent Mike Duggan calculatedly portrayed Duggan as the suburban carpetbagger, a.k.a. the white guy. How many times did Napoleon use the phrase « While Mike Duggan was sleeping in Livonia » in his closing remarks? I lost count. But that will play with some undecided voters.Napoleon also criticized media coverage he believed was unfair, that favored Duggan. In our interview with Napoleon replica handbags , he was also upset that business support seemed to favor Duggan — when historically, many business leaders contributed to two candidates to, as Napoleon put it, « hedge their bets. » Not this year.So Napoleon’s schtick in some ways echoed the « Detroit vs. Everybody » T-shirts. He’s the genuine Detroiter who is battling outside forces. Will this theme resonate? We’ll find out next week.I think the most striking takeaway was how strongly Duggan came off as a strategist who understands the uses of power.When Duggan said he would fix the streetlights, Napoleon scoffed that because of the new public lighting authority, Duggan could not fulfill that promise. Au contraire, Duggan countered. The mayor appoints the majority of lighting authority members and he intended to make those appointees accountable.Another example: I asked both candidates about whether they planned to push for opportunities for minority- and women-owned businesses. Both said they would. Duggan pointed to a couple of examples of procurement programs at the Detroit Medical Center and with the building of stadiums downtown.Napoleon pointed to minority vendors used by a government pension fund on which he served as a board member. But what about the sheriff’s department? Who chooses vendors?Not the sheriff, Napoleon said. That’s all in the county’s procurement process.So what’s stopping the sheriff from educating vendors on that process?We will learn next week who resonates with Detroit voters more. Related LinksDetroit mayoral candidates make pitches in final debateSnyder on new Detroit mayor: We’ll need ‘all hands on deck’ Recent From MARY KRAMER Mary Kramer on WJR: Bridge as bargaining chip? | Blue Cross takes punches in governor

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