This week, Politics with Amy Walter is coming to you from Detroit.
The city has gotten a lot of attention over the course of the week as it hosted the latest round of democratic debates. But why Detroit? Because — Michigan.
President Donald Trump won Michigan by just over 10,000 votes in 2016. But Democrats are hoping to put the state firmly back in their column. After a strong showing in the 2018 midterms, Democrats are feeling hopeful. Republicans say there's still a lot of support for President Trump — even in the counties, the Democrats were able to flip.
Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (D), representing Michigan's 12th District
Lavora Barnes, Chair of the Michigan Democratic Party
Congresswoman Haley Stevens (D), representing Michigan's 11th District
Dr. Abdul El-Sayed, a progressive activist who ran against Whitmer in the primary
Congressman Paul Mitchell (R), representing Michigan's 10th District
Jamie Roe, a Michigan-based Republican strategist