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Stateside: Michigan on Super Tuesday sidelines; districts profit off classes for homeschoolers

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Michigan's primary comes a week after Super Tuesday. Where does a rapidly narrowing field of candidates leave Michigan voters?

Today on Stateside, as Super Tuesday results roll in, Michigan voters wait on the sidelines and watch their candidate choices dwindle. Plus, we take a look at Mike Bloomberg’s massive campaign spending efforts in Michigan.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual segments below.

As number of candidates shrinks, Michigan voters watch Super Tuesday from the sidelines

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Stateside’s conversation with Brian Dickerson

Did you vote for a candidate who dropped out? Here's how to change your absentee ballot.

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Stateside’s conversation with Emma Winowiecki

  • Emma Winowiecki is a digital producer at Michigan Radio.

Public school districts turn to homeschool programs for added revenue

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Stateside’s conversation with Mike Wilkinson

  • Mike Wilkinson is reporter for Bridge Magazine. You can find his reporting on how some districts profit by offering elective courses for homeschool students here. 

Bloomberg's bet on Michigan

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Abigail Censky reports on Mike Bloomberg’s Michigan campaign

  • Abigail Censky is the politics and government reporter for WKAR.

Dissecting Democrat candidates' spending in Michigan so far

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Stateside’s conversation with Craig Mauger

  • Craig Mauger is a political reporter for the Detroit News. 

Republicans can vote for presidential candidate next week, but major questions saved for August primary

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Stateside's conversation with Rick Pluta

  • Rick Pluta is Michigan Radio's Capitol bureau chief. 

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