WARREN, MI — When someone reported trouble at a polling place in Warren, local police were not expecting to find opposing campaign supporters singing together.
Attorney General Dana Nessel 's tweet called the incident "Good trouble" a phrase attributed to the late Representative John Lewis in reference to civil disobedience, like protests and marches, from the Civil Rights Era that have resurfaced in the last year.
Following reports of “trouble” at the polls in Warren. Turns out these “troublemakers” from the Biden and Trump camps are singing “God Bless America” together. Now that’s what I call Good Trouble! 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/EpzLaBIkei— Dana Nessel (@dananessel) November 3, 2020