(Cleveland) -- Two longtime Cleveland public servants will square off in November's mayoral race.
The city's voters whittled a list of nine candidates down to incumbent Mayor Frank Jackson and City Councilman Zack Reed in yesterday's primary election.
Jackson had 38.7% of the vote, Reed 21.9%. Councilman Jeff Johnson was third with 15.4% of the vote.
Jackson is seeking an unprecedented fourth four-year term, while Reed will try to parlay 16 years of council service into the city's top job.
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