Politics

Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson captures minds of Michiganders


June 28, 2019, 6:45 AM

While most of the country was keyed in on Kamala Harris after last night's Democratic presidential debate, Michigan was looking at Marianne Williamson.

A Google search analysis posted by the company after night two of clown car debates in Miami suggests the kooky lady on the end who blasted public policy as "superficial" got some of the most attention from Michigan. It and Hawaii were the only states where she was the most-searched candidate.

Top searches elsewhere were split between Harris, the black California senator who slammed former Vice President Joe Biden for his record on race, and Pete Buttigieg, the mayor of South Bend, Ind.

Williamson is an author perhaps best known for being Oprah's "spiritual guru." During the debate, she appeared to be better-suited for a one-woman show, going off on mesmerizing tangents about things like defeating Donald Trump with love and being better than New Zealand.



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