Join us on Facebook Live to discuss Michigan primary election results

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Our Capitol reporters will discuss live the results of Tuesday’s Michigan presidential primary election and what comes next for our state in this election year.
We moved our scheduled "Beer with Bridge" in Lansing to Facebook Live due to concerns over the coronavirus. Join Capitol reporters Riley Beggin and Jonathan Oosting for a live discussion, moderated by senior writer Ron French, about the results of Tuesday’s Michigan presidential primary election and what comes next for our state in this election year.
Tune in on Thursday, March 12 at 6 p.m. to for  Bridge’s insights and analysis, and also ask questions in real time via the Facebook Live chat function.
This 30- to 60-minute discussion will also be available to stream after the event on Bridge’s Facebook page.

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Thu, 03/12/2020 - 9:34am

As much as I would like to hear and participate in the conversation, the price to join Facebook is simply too high. I hope you get a wide diversity of perspectives.

One though for your conversation, consider how many counties that voted for Trump in 2016 had a record surge in Democrat primary votes. My precinct has a long history of Republican voting [in a Democrat town] and had a record increase in Democrat votes on Tuesday.