From behind bars Milwaukee alderman wins primary
Despite being in jail for almost nine months, Milwaukee Alderman Michael McGee junior easily won a nine-way primary for his seat.
He picked up 32 percent of the vote Tuesday.
Attorney Milele Coggs finished second with 22 percent, and the two will square off in the general election April 1.
Former Alderman Fred Gordon was among those eliminated, along with Vi Anna Jordan - who organized a recall election against McGee last year.