August 4, 2021 •
Sterling Heights, Michigan Primary Election Results
In the Sterling Heights, Michigan nonpartisan mayoral primary election incumbent Mayor Michael C. Taylor received the most votes and will face Ken Nelson in the Nov. 2 general election.
The City Council will also be elected on Nov. 2 when voters will choose from the 12 candidates receiving the most votes in the primary.
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