Leading up to the Aug. 2, 2022 primary election, as the race for Michigan’s congressional seats heats up, which candidates will voters choose to represent Michigan for the next two years? When voting at the polls this year, voters have to choose from a crowded field of candidates from each of their districts to fill now only 13 congressional seats, rather than the previous 14 seats, after the approval of new redistricting maps this year.

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One Detroit contributors Stephen Henderson, host of “American Black Journal,” and Nolan Finley, editorial page editor at The Detroit News, come together for a lively conversation about the candidates running in the upcoming Michigan congressional election, the Districts with the closest races to be decided, whether or not Michigan will have an African American representative in Congress, and the hot-button issues voters that may motivate voters to visit the polls.

Plus, they debate what’s at stake for the state depending on the possible outcomes of the Michigan congressional election.

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