Over 20 years, political divisions in our reporter @jestei’s hometown of Kalamazoo, Michigan have deepened significantly. So much so, her former high school classmates now form a microcosm of American voters. Here’s how they’re feeling about the election: https://t.co/I7dirUToGr
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@nytimes @donwinslow @jestei This reply thread is a BIGLY Bot blockfest. I made my personal quota for the day.
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@nytimes @jestei I Lived there till I Was 12. it's a pretty gritty place. always has been.
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@nytimes @jestei The story features the high school I would have went to if I'd stayed there.
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@nytimes @jestei I can relate. It’s astounding that my alma mater turned out people who are polar opposites politically.
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@nytimes @jestei The wedges that have driven our political division are not symmetrical, and it’s far past time we acknowledge that fact.
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@nytimes @jestei retweet for the sake of Nigeria youth #EndSarsNow #ENDBADGOVERNANCE
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@nytimes @jestei The GOP got crazy as hell and some people were dumb and immoral enough to follow.
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@nytimes @jestei Putin knows he can't win a military conflict so he is employing the age old tactic of "Divide and Conquer".
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