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Despite infighting, high convention attendance suggests Michigan Dems ready for November

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The Michigan Democratic Party convention in 2017. This year, it was the last stop in a bitter race for Attorney General.

Thousands of Michigan Democrats packed into the Cobo Center on Sunday for their endorsement convention, a day that had some rowdy and raucous moments.

Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta, co-hosts of Michigan Radio’s It’s Just Politics, joined Stateside to discuss what the convention’s attendance suggests about Democratic engagement in November, how Dana Nessel nabbed the party endorsement for attorney general, and the shape of the governor’s race.

Listen above.

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