Gov. Snyder To Hold 2nd Facebook Town Hall Meeting

LANSING (WWJ/AP) – Governor Rick Snyder may be one of your Facebook friends, but even if he’s not, on Thursday you’ll have a chance to chat with him online.

In his second virtual town hall meeting, the governor will take residents’ questions just after he presents his 2012-13 budget proposal to lawmakers.

Viewers can watch the hour-long town hall meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m. on the Rick Snyder for Michigan Facebook page.

Questions can be submitted in advance at, posted on Snyder’s Facebook wall or sent on Twitter to @OneToughNerd using the hashtag #AskGovSnyder. Questions also can be submitted through Facebook and Twitter once the meeting has started.

Snyder plans to unveil his budget for the fiscal year that starts Oct. 1 at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Capitol.

Snyder is expected to detail his plan Thursday at 11 a.m. Stay with WWJ Newsradio 950 and for the latest.

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One Comment

  1. Michael says:

    No place for comment on canada proceeding with bridge. Nice CBS. Why don’t you report on the criminal way the snyder regime is forcing this fiasco no one wants down our throats? You are just as criminal as snyder is that’s why. You and snyder are parasites on the working people of michigan. I can only hope you all get what you deserve down the road. A long jail term would be a blessing.

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