Fresh from Tuesday’s primary where the stage for November’s election is now set, top leaders of the state’s Democratic and Republican Parties appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about the road ahead and some heated races coming up in November.

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Michigan Matters: Party Chairs and BusinessFresh from Tuesday’s primary where the stage for November’s election is now set, top leaders of the state’s Democratic and Republican Parties appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about the road ahead and some heated races coming up in November.
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Michigan Matters: Helping Communities & Celebrating the ArtsSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks to Ric DeVore about the organization he now runs making an impact across Southeast Michigan. Then Beth Stewart discusses the orchestra she run which entering its 77th season. And David Carroll, who stages Broadway shows in Detroit, talks about “Pippin” along with Terri Manning, one of its stars.
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