Posted by WDET on October 27, 2015 in News Clips

About a dozen years ago, when the war on terror and battles in Iraq were headline news daily, most of the leading presidential candidates tried to woo Arab American voters at a political event in Dearborn.

But this pastweekend less than a handful of presidential hopefuls addressed those at the annual event, hosted by the national advocacy group the Arab American Institute, and only one of those candidates attended in person. The rest sent video messages.

The Institute’s president, James Zogby, tells WDET’s Quinn Klinefelter that dismissing Arab American voters is a political mistake.

Listen to the segment here:


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