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CLINTON-DETROIT
(2007-06-08)
(wgvu) - LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Presidential hopeful Hillary Rodham
Clinton hopes to court union voters tomorrow when she visits
Michigan.
The U-S senator from New York chose Detroit as part of a
national A-F-L C-I-O campaign in which union members meet
Democratic candidates in town-hall style formats.
Her stop comes a month after rival Senator Barack Obama of
Illinois spoke to the Detroit Economic Club. He admonished U-S
automakers -- which have large unionized work forces -- for not
producing fuel-efficient vehicles and falling behind foreign
competitors.
Clinton and other Democrats joined the leaders of General
Motors, Ford and the Chrysler Group Wednesday in Washington.
Her visit to Michigan comes before an expected Senate vote on a
plan to raise fuel economy standards.
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