Michigan, where I am from and where I live (and vote), chose Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in 2016, and everyone wondered what was wrong with the Clinton campaign.
Michigan chose Donald J. Trump over Hillary Clinton (by far less than 1%, but still) in the 2016 general election, and everyone wondered what was wrong with the Clinton campaign.
Last night, Michigan chose Joe Biden over Bernie Sanders, and everyone is wondering what is wrong with the Sanders campaign. (Don’t look at me – I voted for Warren; yes, after she dropped out.)
I say forget all that wondering and, instead, let’s take a look at Michigan. There’s an unaddressed problem with their recent voting tendencies (and the fact that they just elected a female Governor, their second one, doesn’t let them off the hook as far as I’m concerned).