There were lots of firsts in Michigan’s August primary. Held in a pandemic and the first election with expanded access to the polls — anyone can now vote absentee — Detroit’s primary had a big turnout last week. November should be even bigger. Orlando Bailey moderates a discussion with Daniel Baxter, director of external affairs and former Detroit director of elections; political consultant Wendy Caldwell-Liddel; and Brandon Dillon, former chair of the Michigan Democratic Party and partner at the WinMatt Group.

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