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It’s Just Politics on Stateside: Michigan voters to decide abortion rights

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Host Zoe Clark wraps up the week in political news with analysts and reporters. They discuss the many races coming up in November. In Michigan, there’s the race for Governor, Secretary of State, and Attorney General. There are 13 races for Congress — and the entire state House and Senate are up for election. Plus, the future of abortion rights. Election denialism. A weakened economy and heightened inflation.

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GUESTS ON TODAY'S SHOW:

  • Emily Lawler, Politics Editor at the Detroit Free Press
  • John Sellek, CEO of Harbor Strategic Public Affairs
  • Adrian Hemond, CEO of Grassroots Midwest
  • Simon Schuster, Politics reporter at M-Live
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Zoe Clark is Michigan Radio’s first Political Director. In this role, Clark guides coverage of the state Capitol, elections, and policy debates.
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