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Twins Monica Sparks and Jessica Ann Tyson are identical in almost every way. The African-American sisters running for local office in the U.S. state of Michigan forged an unbreakable bond during a childhood tarred by abuse. Sparks is a Democrat, while Tyson is a Republican.common groundSparks and Tyson live in neighboring electoral districts in the Midwestern state – part of the country's traditionally Democratic Rust Belt that, against all odds, helped Donald Trump win the presidency.Sparks faces several Democratic rivals, while Tyson is running unopposed for the Republican nomination.Sparks cites the controversial reality television star-turned-leader as the cause of the country's political tumult – and a key reason why she is seeking office.Tyson is a Trump supporter. "I totally believe in our president," she says, though she adds that she understands the concerns of those, including Sparks, who oppose him.The sisters say their respect for different viewpoints, and ability to listen to others, is something other Americans need to embrace in the current political climate.
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