Failing Detroit schools, battle for blue collar voters

The state attorney general is looking at shuttering under-performing schools while the union vote appears split among UAW voters.

Part 1: Failing Detroit schools

The Michigan attorney general rules some failing Detroit schools could start closing their doors soon sparking accusations of "political prostitution."

On the panel:

State Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo (D-Detroit)

State Rep. Jim Runestad (R-White Lake)

Chastity Pratt Dawsey, reporter for Bridge Magazine and Detroit native.

Part 2: The battle for blue-collar voters

How much does an  endorsement matter anyway?
              
The UAW has endorsed Hillary Clinton but some say many union workers are voting for Donald Trump because of his tough talk on trade.
               
Could Trump win the blue-collar vote?

On the panel:

Brian Pannebecker, Ford employee and Trump supporter.

Arcel Connerly, Ford employee and Clinton supporter.

Bernard Swiecki, senior analyst, Automotive Research.

Part 3: On the Road

Charlie Langton asks voters around Metro Detroit if the first presidential debate changed their November outlook.


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