Dems look to Michigan primary as testing ground for November

WILL WEISSERT and KAT STAFFORD Associated Press DETROIT (AP) — Ask Arlene Williams about President Donald Trump's promises to bring back auto industry jobs that have evaporated across Michigan and she'll point with irony to the Chevy Blazer. General Motors is now remaking the iconic American SUV after a lengthy hiatus — but building parts of it in Mexico and elsewhere overseas. "These are some of the staple brands and yes, they're back," said Williams, 49, who works at a GM plant in Romulus, Michigan, southwest of Detroit. "They're just not being made in the U.S." The largest of six states voting Tuesday, Michigan could redefine a Democratic primary that has become a showdown between former Vice President Joe Biden and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. But many voters are already look
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