Skip to comments.Will Rick Snyder and other candidate’s election year fundraising Include Life Agenda?
Posted on 03/13/2010 10:14:44 AM PST by Kfobbs
Local elections in Washtenaw County and all over Michigan as well as the nation are just beginning to pick up steam.
Soon calls for you to dip into your pockets to support fundraising will follow. While early-on polling for the Republican nomination for governor clearly had shown Congressman Peter Hoekstra as having an early edge and state Attorney General Mike Cox in second place, a new entry who seems monetarily well-positioned to be a contender enter the fray.
Gubernatorial hopeful businessman Rick Snyder started bombarding the airwaves in Michigan on Super Bowl Sunday with his One Tough Nerd commercial. He announced that Michigan needed a successful businessman nerd to run state government. According to published reports last fall Snyder received endorsements from Jerry Zandstra, president of Pro-Life Federation of Michigan, and...
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I’ve noticed snyder never mentions his party affiliation on his ads, or at his internet site, seems kinda weird to me. I will vote for Hoekstra
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I’m going with Hoekstra as well. Snyder makes me nervous.
Anybody know who is running for Secretary of state? George Soros secretary of state project is pushing Jocelyn Benson. And she needs to be stopped dead in her tracks.
Anti-gun, pro- abortion, and an eco-twit nutball.
Just look at the liberal support he gets and you know he is a stealth demonrat with an R after the name.
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