Monday, August 19, 2019

Lessons for Democratic 2020 presidential primary voters from your pals in Michigan | Eclectablog

Lessons for Democratic 2020 presidential primary voters from your pals in Michigan | Eclectablog

Lessons for Democratic 2020 presidential primary voters from your pals in Michigan
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You know that winning Michigan, the state the Republican nominee carried by the slightest margin in 2016, is essential to defeating Donald Trump in 2020.
You also know that our state is not Wisconsin, which is “the pivotal battleground state.” But Democrats will not win without carrying Michigan. I’ll go further: Democrats cannot win in 2020 if Michigan is close.
Democrats pretty much ran the board in the Mitten on the statewide and federal level last year. But there are still at least two winnable House seats Michigan’s 6th — represented by Fred Upton, the man who made sure the repeal of the Affordable Care Act passed the House — and Michigan’s 7th — represented by Tim Walberg, one of the most useless pieces of lumber in Congress. And we also missed the chance to take back our Supreme Court.
But even the losses contain lessons (such as, don’t help save Fred Upton).
These lessons aren’t as important as Democrats confronting Trump’s strategic racism by CONTINUE READING: Lessons for Democratic 2020 presidential primary voters from your pals in Michigan | Eclectablog

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