Politico – This state was supposed to be a lock until African-American turnout began to look weak. Tucked between rallies in Pennsylvania (where Hillary Clinton expects to win) and Ohio (where she thinks she can lose), the struggling Democratic nominee on Friday slipped in a toe touch in Detroit — an effort to gird against tightening polls in this critical state.
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