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Chance To Question Gov. Snyder During Wednesday Town Hall

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Governor Rick Snyder. (File Photo)

Governor Rick Snyder. (File Photo)

LANSING (AP) – Michigan residents are getting another chance to question Gov. Rick Snyder during an online town hall meeting.

The event will be streamed live at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday on the interactive LiveStream account at www.livestream.com/snyderlive .

Questions can be submitted by calling 517-335-7858, posting a question at www.michigan.gov/townhall or sending a Twitter message to (at)onetoughnerd using the hashtag (hash)AskGovSnyder.

Snyder spokeswoman Geralyn Lasher says the Republican governor will host the town hall meeting for about 45 minutes.

He has held a couple of other online town hall meetings, including one shortly after he delivered this year’s State of the State address and a second after he presented his fiscal 2012-13 budget proposal.

Snyder recently held a video Q&A in which he revealed his favorite prehistoric animal is the wooly mammoth.

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