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Stateside: What Biden’s pick for vice president means for MI; dreamy new music from May Erlewine

Kamala Harris with hand on a bible and Joe Biden
Senator Kamala Harris
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Kamala Harris is the presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee. What does that mean for Michigan and what role will Gov. Whitmer play as a co-chair on Biden's national campaign?

Today on Stateside, the “veepstakes” are over and the presumptive Democratic vice presidential nominee is not Gretchen Whitmer. U.S. Senator Kamala Harris will be Democratic candidate Joe Biden's running mate. What does this all mean for Michigan? Plus, a new album from Michigan singer-songwriter May Erlewine offers a dreamy escape from a strange summer.

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Sen. Kamala Harris is Joe Biden’s vice presidential candidate. What does that mean for Michigan?

Stateside’s conversation with Kathy Gray

  • Kathy Gray is a New York Times correspondent based in Michigan. 

New May Erlewine album offers a dreamy, joyful escape from a very strange summer

Stateside’s conversation with May Erlewine

  • May Erlewine is a singer-songwriter from Traverse City. Her new album with the Woody Goss Band, titled Anyway, is out Friday, August 14. 

New bilingual news outlet in West Michigan is filling in the local news gap for the Latinx community

Stateside’s conversation with José Jiménez and Elizabeth Rogers Drouillard

  • José Jiménez is a co-founder of Candor Media.
  • Elizabeth Rogers Drouillard is a co-founder of Candor Media.
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