Frank Jackson wins 4th term as Cleveland mayor: ‘The work is not done’

CLEVELAND, Ohio-- Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson won a 4th term Tuesday night in the race against Cleveland Councilman Zack Reed.

The mayor, who recently turned 70, thanked his family for their support. He also thanked the voters.

"The work is not done. We’re moving in the right direction," Jackson said in his victory speech. “We have a bright future, but the work needs to continue.”

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In his concession speech, Reed said the voters of the City of Cleveland have spoken  and they want to continue the path that the city has been going down for the past 12 years.

Reed called Mayor Jackson and thanked him for a good race.  Reed said he will continue to love Cleveland.

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