With the Flint water crisis still underway and the economic downturn still being felt, Michigan voters go to the polls. There also are contests in Idaho, Hawaii and Mississippi.
Although Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are leading in the latest polls, other candidates, including Bernie Sanders and John Kasich, have campaigned aggressively in Michigan. Turnout might set a record, and the polls this morning were brisk.
Here & Now’s Robin Young talks with Zoe Clark, co-host of “It’s Just Politics” at contributor station Michigan Radio, about what to watch for in the Michigan primary and elsewhere.
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