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Subscribe to USA TODAYAlready a print edition subscriber, but don't have a login?Activate your digital access.Manage your account settings. EST March 7, 2016Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks at a rally at Michigan State University on March 2, 2016.(Photo: Carlos Osorio, AP)ANN ARBOR, Mich. The political activitiesof students on Michigan college campuses in the Democratic race tell two tales.The first is familiar to those following the presidential campaign: Support for Bernie Sanders is overwhelming. But perhapsless known are efforts on behalf of Hillary Clinton, whose supporters may be in the minority on college campuses, but Discount Women Canada Goose Trillium Parka Berry New Zealand who are working nonetheless to boost their candidate in a state where she's already favored."Everyone says Bernie runs college campuses, but I wouldn't say there aren't Hillary people, and there aren't people who have been convinced to become Hillary people," said Josh Martin, a sophomore and member of Students for Hillary at the University of Michigan. "There are a lot of people here and a lot of opinions represented."Sanders is expected to receive a boost from college voters in Michigan's Tuesday primary. He has spent the past week visiting the state's college campuses: Michigan State University on Wednesday, Grand Valley State University on Friday and the University of Michigan on Monday. Twitter and Yik Yak feeds are dotted with odes to democratic socialism and "political revolution."Top takeaways from the Flint Democratic debateClinton instead has focused her time in Michigan on Detroit, speaking to blue collar workers at an automotive plant on Friday. Students supporting Clinton admit it's sometimes frustrating to not be in a demographic that's a priority to their candidate, but understand it's a strategic necessity, and it's working Clinton is up by 20 points across the state in the most recent RealClearPolitics average of polls."It would be really nice" if Clinton spoke at Michigan State and other campuses, said Amelia Hallman, a freshman member of MSU Spartans for Hillary. "But I understand they're trying to do it more strategically."What they do object to is the notion that Clinton has given up on college students. Though she may not have opened official campaign offices in Ann Arbor or East Lansing like Sanders has, members of on campus Clinton supportergroups at MSU and the University of Michigan say campaign staffers have provided them everything they need. One campaign staffer for Michigan for Hillary uses her Ann Arbor home as a de facto headquarters for campaigning in the city and on campus."Our group has gotten a lot of really good support, and the campus groups are well greased machines," said Anushka Sarkar, a sophomore member of Students for Hillary at the University of Michigan. "We're part of their network, and they've sent us pretty much anything we've asked them for."