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March 10, 2016 7:07 am

Trade and Jobs Seen as Key to Sanders’ Win in Michigan

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Bernie Sanders. Photo: Michael Vadon via Wikimedia Commons.

Bernie Sanders. Photo: Michael Vadon via Wikimedia Commons.

New York Times – No Democratic presidential candidate had campaigned in Traverse City, Mich., in decades until Senator Bernie Sanders pulled up to the concert hall near the Sears store on Friday. Some 2,000 people mobbed him when he arrived, roaring in approval as he called the country’s trade policies, and Hillary Clinton’s support for them, “disastrous.”

“If the people of Michigan want to make a decision about which candidate stood with workers against corporate America and against these disastrous trade agreements, that candidate is Bernie Sanders,” Mr. Sanders said in Traverse City, about 250 miles north of Detroit.

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