What exactly Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton will promise to Toledo and Michigan is anyone’s guess. Toledo, Saginaw, and Flint have been left weak by a poor economic recovery.

Earlier this year, Toledo was listed as the fourth-most economically distressed city, after Cleveland, Detroit and Newark, New Jersey. The study was done by the Economic Innovation Group, a Washington bipartisan entrepreneurial organization.

According to the Toledo Blade, the group’s study found that 44.2 percent of Toledo residents, or 125,000 people, are living in economically distressed areas. This is the Obama economic legacy — but Hillary Clinton appears to believe she can make hay of it.

By: Jim Stinson, LifeZette

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Distressed Communities Index (DCI) 

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