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A fifty-two-year old mother of three long-since-grown children, she grew up in Flint, Michigan—all four grandparents worked at the former GM plant there—and worked for most of her career as a nursing home aide. Several years ago, she and her husband, Marshall, moved to Pellston, a small village just south of the Mackinac Bridge, which leads to northern Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, to manage a Jet’s Pizza franchise.

A fifty-two-year old mother of three long-since-grown children, she grew up in Flint, Michigan—all four grandparents worked at the former GM plant there—and worked for most of her career as a nursing home aide. Several years ago, she and her husband, Marshall, moved to Pellston, a small village just south of the Mackinac Bridge, which leads to northern Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, to manage a Jet’s Pizza franchise.

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On election night in November 2014, Pierce was watching the returns, distressed less about Michigan Democrats losing (yet again) as by the state’s dismal voter turnout: just 41 percent of registered voters. “And then I read on the Internet about Oregon—and how much higher their turnout was. I decided to make..

A fifty-two-year old mother of three long-since-grown children, she grew up in Flint, Michigan—all four grandparents worked at the former GM plant there—and worked for most of her career as a nursing home aide. Several years ago, she and her husband, Marshall, moved to Pellston, a small village just south of the Mackinac Bridge, which leads to northern Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, to manage a Jet’s Pizza franchise.

A fifty-two-year old mother of three long-since-grown children, she grew up in Flint, Michigan—all four grandparents worked at the former GM plant there—and worked for most of her career as a nursing home aide. Several years ago, she and her husband, Marshall, moved to Pellston, a small village just south of the Mackinac Bridge, which leads to northern Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, to manage a Jet’s Pizza franchise.

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