CHICAGO -- Detroit voters on Tuesday approved the restructuring of $118 million of bonds to save the city $12.7 million a year -- a key part of the city's fiscal stabilization plan that voters had previously rejected.

Voters also selected former state judge Dennis Archer and Wayne County prosecutor Sharon McPhail out of a field of 23 candidates for the mayoral runoff election in November.

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