Rep. Elissa Slotkin: ‘Focus on the things we still have in common’

Slotkin calls for unity amid anticipation of violent protests


SUNDAY, Jan. 17 — U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin is calling for a sense of unity among Michiganders amid expectations of armed and violent protests in cities across the nation — including Lansing — during the remaining days before President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday.

Slotkin stood watch as authorities prepared for large protests that never fully materialized in Lansing on Sunday. In a brief interview with City Pulse, she called for residents to “focus on the things we still have in common.” Click here to watch the full three-minute interview with Slotkin.


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