"Finally, if it’s a bellwether district you’re after, look no further than the . Racially, this Flint- and Saginaw-based district looks like Michigan as a whole, although it is also one of the least wealthy and college-educated districts in the state. We’re forecasting Biden to get an average of 52 percent here and Sanders to get an average of 41 percent, which closely matches their expected statewide performance. Sanders winning here on election night could be the first sign that a statewide upset is brewing."See 538's breakdown of the entire state here.
Tuesday, March 10, 2020
Not an endorsement, just an analysis of Flint's Congressional district as the Michigan primary unfolds:
Thursday, January 23, 2020
"The town was home to many kinds of people. In the eighteen years I lived there I learned a great deal. My emotional roots are there, and almost all my memories are connected to the place. Nevertheless, the spring I entered university, I heaved a deep sigh of relief when I left.I still come back for spring and summer vacation, but basically all I do is drink beer."— Haruki Murakami, "Hear the Wind Sing," 1979