The race to become Cleveland’s next mayor has been trimmed from nine candidates down to two.
In Tuesday’s Mayoral Primary, incumbent Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson won 39% of the vote, easily securing him a spot in November’s General Election, where he will seek an unprecedented fourth term.
“I’m always a believer that I can do better in whatever I do,” Jackson told WKYC’s Russ Mitchell shortly after giving his acceptance speech. “So we’re going to strive to do better going into the general (election) and win that.”
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