Trump, Biden Fight Next Year's Battle Now In Blue-collar Michigan

Posted on AllSides September 27th, 2023
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In the politically crucial US state where workers make cars they could scarcely afford, Donald Trump and Joe Biden face a tough battle for blue-collar votes. "It would be half my wage to buy a new car," auto worker Curtis Cranford said after shaking the president's hand on a picket line outside a General Motors plant in Belleville, Michigan on Tuesday. The 66-year-old thanked Biden for coming -- but said the Democrat's plans to transition the US economy to electric cars is "going to cost jobs." And while Biden is...

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