The Michigan Truth Tour will make a Monday, September 24 stop in Farmington, with programs at the library and a screening of the documentary, “Michigan Divided.”
The tour will make 100 stops before November’s mid-term elections. In partnership with community leaders, Center for Michigan will host town hall meetings and documentary screenings, discuss substantive local and state issues, distribute Michigan Facts and Issue Guides, provide an opportunity to meet spokespuppy Truth Dog, profile communities in Bridge, and cover and fact-check prominent campaign events.
Local activities include:
Mobile Newsroom – 12 p.m. – 3 p.m.
The vehicle will be parked in front of the Farmington Community Library Downtown Branch, 23500 Liberty St., where you can sign up for Bridge, play news games, meet Truth Dog, and more.
Michigan Divided Screening – 6 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
The Center for Michigan’s Bridge Magazine spent the past year chronicling the lives of Michigan voters across the political spectrum. The resulting, hour-long “Michigan Divided” documentary captures our deeply divided culture, but also brings partisans together and illustrates shared values. The screening will be held at the Maxfield Education Center, 32789 W. 10 Mile Rd., Farmington.
Correction: The day of the week for this event was incorrectly reported in the original version of this post.