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A century of presidential and campaign stops in Michigan

Sen. John F. Kennedy, the Democratic candidate for U.S. president, gives a speech to an outdoor crowd in Mount Clemens on Nov. 2, 1960, six days before he won the general election. Michigan, a key swing state, has long been a magnet for candidates and presidents.

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A century of presidential and campaign stops in Michigan