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MI Dem chair: party will work to reclaim clout for 2018

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Brandon Dillon chairs the Michigan Democratic Party

Current State talks with Michigan Democratic Party chairman Brandon Dillon about the election of Donald Trump and what's ahead for his party in the state.

Two weeks after a stunning presidential election, Democrats are evaluating their missteps over the last few months and looking to make a fresh start on the road to the 2018 elections.

Here in Michigan, a state which saw its closest-ever presidential contest, Democrats are re-tooling their message and building a plan to win back many of their core voters who broke ranks and voted for Donald Trump.

Current State talks about the Michigan Democratic Party’s plans for the future with chairman Brandon Dillon.

Kevin Lavery is a general assignment reporter and occasional local host for Morning Edition and All Things considered.
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