A lot’s at stake in the Great Lake State. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders debated yesterday in Flint, discussing the city’s water contamination crisis and auto industry. Clinton joined Sanders’ months-old call for Gov. Rick Snyder to resign before criticizing the Vermont senator for not supporting the 2009 auto bailout. And Sanders blamed the former secretary of state for advocating trade deals that cost Michiganders jobs while aggressively wooing Black voters. No blood was drawn, says OZY’s Nick Fouriezos, who believes, despite Sanders’ win in Maine, that the race remains Clinton’s to lose.