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The DJC Gubernatorial Interviews

This year, Michigan voters will be selecting a new governor, who will be facing important issues that will determine the health and vitality of the state for years to come. The first step in the electoral process is the state primary on August 7, when the standard bearer for both the Democratic and Republican parties will be determined.

The Detroit Journalism Cooperative invited all major party candidates to be interviewed.

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Mission Possible: Obama campaigns in Detroit to get Democrats to vote
Mission Possible: Obama campaigns in Detroit to get Democrats to vote
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Former president Barack Obama spoke at Detroit Cass Tech High School urging Democrats to vote.

As Michigan’s poorest 4-year-olds wait for classroom seats, free pre-K for all kids seems elusive
As Michigan’s poorest 4-year-olds wait for classroom seats, free pre-K for all kids seems elusive
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ichigan is the home to America’s most famous study on the benefits of early childhood education.

Who Will Pay For The Ballooning National Debt?
Who Will Pay For The Ballooning National Debt?
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There’s nothing new about this game. Republicans have said for decades now that tax cuts don’t cause deficits; they pay for themselves with economic growth.

Red state? Blue state? Analysts weigh in on Michigan’s political identity
Red state? Blue state? Analysts weigh in on Michigan’s political identity
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Several political experts agree: Michigan is a purple state. Though how much red and blue is in that purple is evolving.

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