KALAMAZOO (WWJ) — Just five weeks away from Election Day, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder visited the campus of Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo on Monday night for the first of his “Town Hall Tour” visits.
Snyder outlined his case for another four years as Michigan’s Governor.
“We should be proud of being a manufacturing state,” Snyder said. “In personal income we are the ninth fastest growing in terms of per capita income increase. Our population is growing again, young people are flocking to Detroit — we are out of housing in Midtown and Downtown Detroit. So the results are showing up.”
Snyder told the gathering that he is “not a fighter,” at least when it comes to engaging in partisan politics.
“You’ve never heard me blame anyone for anything — I don’t fight with people, although people have tried to pick fights with me” Snyder said. “What you hired me to do isn’t to fight with…
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