this roll call is a fantastic reminder that the best part of America is how each state is indescribably, endearingly weird in its own basically illegible to outsiders way— Charlie Warzel (@cwarzel) August 19, 2020
.@JoeBiden has always been there for Michigan. From our fight to rescue the auto industry to his leadership in guiding our communities out of the financial crisis. Tonight, I was honored to help nominate the next President of the United States, Joe Biden. pic.twitter.com/ncBPIDtoGa— Gary Peters (@GaryPeters) August 19, 2020
Michigan had the whips in the background I'm crying pic.twitter.com/HLLtgSEiUm— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) August 19, 2020
Still trying to figure out if the Michigan delegation was on Belle Isle or in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. #DemConvention— Cyclops was right! (@dubbs901) August 19, 2020
Did the Michigan delegation cast our votes from Canada? I didn't even think we were allowed over there... #DemConvention— Ericka Thomas (@etomust) August 19, 2020
The Michigan delegation announced their votes from... Canada.#DemConvention— Edward J Thomas (@UnknownWr1ter) August 19, 2020
So, Uh, the Michigan delegation appears to currently be in Canada based on how they're showing the backdrop.....— Matt Separa (@MattSepara) August 19, 2020
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