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US News REPORT. In Detroit, voting Biden makes sense, but not automatic

12:10  20 october  2020
12:10  20 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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The Democratic candidate cannot afford to repeat the mistakes of Hillary Clinton, who in 2016 lost Michigan to the wire. All eyes are on the African-American electorate in Detroit.

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When a politician wants to address the African American community, he goes to church. In Detroit , the birthplace of the auto industry where more than 78% of the 700,000 residents are black, the Greater Grace Temple Apostolic Church is a must-see. This year, however, it is impossible to campaign there because of the pandemic. Before the virus we had up to 2,000 people, recalls Charles H. Ellis, III, sitting in one of the empty rows of his megachurch.

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This 62-year-old pastor supports Joe Biden whose responsible behavior he appreciates in the face of Covid-19 . According to him, the Democrat should not be too handicapped by this lack of direct contact with the community: I think that Donald Trump alone increases our enthusiasm. If Roger Rabbit was a candidate against him, he would have my vote!

The lesson of 2016

Mobilizing the black community is crucial in Detroit. In 2016, Donald Trump won Michigan with less than 11,000 votes out of nearly 4.8 million. Hillary Clinton led in Wayne County, where Detroit is located, but she won some 90,000 fewer votes than Barack Obama in 2012. So Joe Biden is counting on this pool of voters.

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Charles H. Ellis, III is optimistic. According to him, Donald Trump's victory served as a lesson for non-voters and protesters in 2016. They said to themselves: I don't like the way Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Party treated Bernie Sanders (the defeated Socialist candidate in the primary of 2016, Editor's note) so I will not vote. Well, you see the result when you try to lecture someone. Maybe we are teaching this lesson to ourselves. Now the Supreme Court is set to expand its Conservative majority to six to three judges. With terrible consequences for civil rights and the right to vote, themes dear to our community.

Two-speed recovery

The former vice president's economic record is a good point, according to the pastor: Joe Biden can tell Michigan he was there, sent by Barack Obama, to save the auto industry during of the 2008-2010 crisis, when General Motors and Chrysler were thought to be disappearing. The traces of this crisis have not disappeared in Detroit. The city declared bankruptcy in the summer of 2013. After difficult years, investments were made in the city center where construction sites abound. But this recovery is at two speeds.

At the Rosa Parks bus station, a short walk from trendy shops and restaurants, travelers and homeless people come and go. This is where Wendy Caldwell-Liddell decided to speak to voters. The 29-year-old consultant has just created the Mobilize Detroit organization to encourage residents to register on the electoral roll. Trump has to go, she insists. But she says she is angry with Biden and his team. They come to Detroit but only talk to the people who already support them. Here we have had water cuts for two years, the inhabitants are threatened with eviction. How can we not mention these problems? Of course, I will give my vote to Biden on November 3. But not everyone else thinks like me. And I don't blame them.

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