By KAT STAFFORD Associated Press DETROIT (AP) — Wendy Caldwell-Liddell is tired of waiting for change in Detroit. The nation's largest Black-majority city has been devastated by the coronavirus pandemic and its ensuing economic fallout. More than 14,200 COVID-19 cases and 1,500 deaths have been confirmed in the city. So when the 29-year-old Black mother of two thinks about what's at stake in the November presidential election, her answer is simple: Everything. She's determined to help defeat President Donald Trump. 'Trump won Michigan by less than 11,000 votes,' noted Caldwell-Liddell, the co-founder of Mobilize Detroit, a newly formed grassroots organization. […]
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