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3 hours ago, Da Guru said:

I have seen countless stories on this in Michigan.  The Dems put Trump in office by not turning out for Hillary. The GOP vote was pretty much the same as it had been. Clinton did not inspire her base supporters.

Take Michigan for example. A state that Obama won in 2012 by 350,000 votes, Clinton lost by roughly 10,000. Why? She received 300,000 votes less vote than Obama did in 2012. Detroit and Wayne County should kick themselves because of the 595,253 votes they gave Obama in 2012, only 518,000 voted for Clinton in 2016. More than 75,000 Motown Obama voters did not bother to vote for Clinton. They did not become Trump voters – Trump received only 10,000 votes more than Romney did in this county. They simply stayed at home. If even a fraction of these lethargic Democrats had turned out to vote, Michigan would have stayed blue.

Who the Democrats vote on (or should I say, who the Super Delegates nominate) to run against Trump will be very important.    

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3 minutes ago, Snotbubbles said:
3 hours ago, Da Guru said:

I have seen countless stories on this in Michigan.  The Dems put Trump in office by not turning out for Hillary. The GOP vote was pretty much the same as it had been. Clinton did not inspire her base supporters.

Take Michigan for example. A state that Obama won in 2012 by 350,000 votes, Clinton lost by roughly 10,000. Why? She received 300,000 votes less vote than Obama did in 2012. Detroit and Wayne County should kick themselves because of the 595,253 votes they gave Obama in 2012, only 518,000 voted for Clinton in 2016. More than 75,000 Motown Obama voters did not bother to vote for Clinton. They did not become Trump voters – Trump received only 10,000 votes more than Romney did in this county. They simply stayed at home. If even a fraction of these lethargic Democrats had turned out to vote, Michigan would have stayed blue.

Who the Democrats vote on (or should I say, who the Super Delegates nominate) to run against Trump will be very important.    

Hopefully a nominee gets selected in the first ballot so the Super Delegates don't have a vote.

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