Democrats made history this week in at their convention in Philadelphia. And as Hillary Clinton became the first female presidential nominee from a major U.S. party, Michigan got a share of the national spotlight.
Michigan Radio's Steve Carmody is in Philadelphia covering the convention. He joined me on Morning Edition to discuss:
- The Michigander who isn't a politician, but still got a prime speaking slot Thursday night
- Former Gov. Jennifer Granholm's speech and how it compared to her fiery address in 2012
- What Hillary Clinton had to say about Flint and Michigan in her acceptance speech
You can listen to the complete interview below:
You can also listen to an earlier conversation with Steve after the second day of the DNC below: