Motown's Reeves Takes Detroit Council Seat

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A look back now at a couple of political races in Michigan. Supporters of one candidate for Detroit's City Council were likely dancing in the street when she won. Motown's Martha Reeves says she'll continue to sing, even as she speaks for those — as she sees it — without a voice. And the new mayor of Hinsdale may have popped open Champagne to celebrate, but he's not old enough to drink it. Mayor-elect Michael Sessions is only 18.



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