WARREN, MI – Bernie Sanders started his afternoon in the more progressive Michigan city of Ann Arbor.
He spent the early evening in Macomb County, which President Donald Trump won for Republicans by nearly 50,000 votes in 2016.
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In his second southeast Michigan stump speech for Joe Biden on Oct. 5, Sanders spoke to people sitting in about 180 cars outside Macomb Community College, 14500 Twelve Mile Road in Warren.
Sanders pointed to the post-pandemic economy under Trump as reasons for the county to vote for Biden on Nov. 3. He said the