Gov. Rick Snyder Fields Tough Questions At ‘Pancakes’ Forum

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Nancy Cain, longtime public relations manager for AAA Michigan who just retired, with Gov. Rick Snyder and her little sister, Carol Cain, at the "Pancakes and Politics" forum held at the DAC on Monday. The sellout event had a standing room crowd of  400 who listened to the state's top elected officlal talk about the region.  The next "Pancakes" is May 15 at the DAC when the CEOs take to the stage. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Carol Cain, Rick Snyder, Nancy Cain Nancy Cain, longtime public relations manager for AAA Michigan who just retired, with Gov. Rick Snyder and her little sister, Carol Cain, at the "Pancakes and Politics" forum held at the DAC on Monday. The sellout event had a standing room crowd of 400 who listened to the state's top elected officlal talk about the region. The next "Pancakes" is May 15 at the DAC when the CEOs take to the stage. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Michigan Chronicle Publisher and Real Times Media CEO Hiram Jackson with Gov. Rick Snyder and Carol Cain at "Pancakes and Politics" at the DAC this week. Jackson launched the spring time speakers forum nine years ago and it has become a marquee event of the region each year. CBS 62 and WWJ Newsradio 950 have been media sponsors since it began. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Hiram Jackson, Rick Snyder, Carol Cain Michigan Chronicle Publisher and Real Times Media CEO Hiram Jackson with Gov. Rick Snyder and Carol Cain at "Pancakes and Politics" at the DAC this week. Jackson launched the spring time speakers forum nine years ago and it has become a marquee event of the region each year. CBS 62 and WWJ Newsradio 950 have been media sponsors since it began. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Bankole Thompson, senior editor of Michigan Chronicle, asks Gov. Rick Snyder about Detroit and the Emergency Manager at the second "Pancakes and Politics" forum of the 2014 season at the DAC, Snyder gave an updated time line on the future of the EM And Detroit.Thompson appeared with Carol Cain of "Michigan Matters" to pose questions. You can watch it this Sunday when a special "Michigan Matters" showcasing the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" airs 11:30 am on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Bankole Thompson, Pancakes & Politics Bankole Thompson, senior editor of Michigan Chronicle, asks Gov. Rick Snyder about Detroit and the Emergency Manager at the second "Pancakes and Politics" forum of the 2014 season at the DAC, Snyder gave an updated time line on the future of the EM And Detroit.Thompson appeared with Carol Cain of "Michigan Matters" to pose questions. You can watch it this Sunday when a special "Michigan Matters" showcasing the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" airs 11:30 am on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Bobby Schostak, chairman of Michigan GOP, asks Gov Rick Snyder about his track record as the state's highest elected leader at the Michigan Chronilce's "Pancakes and Politics" held at the DAC.  The sold out forum garnered headlines as the governor talked about Detroit, education and his own political future. Schostak appears in the photo with  Carol Cain, senior producer/host of "Michigan Matters" who moderated the Chronicle's forum. It will  appear as a special  "Michigan Matters" this coming Sunday 11:30 am on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Carol Cain, Bobby Schostak Pancakes & Politics Bobby Schostak, chairman of Michigan GOP, asks Gov Rick Snyder about his track record as the state's highest elected leader at the Michigan Chronilce's "Pancakes and Politics" held at the DAC. The sold out forum garnered headlines as the governor talked about Detroit, education and his own political future. Schostak appears in the photo with Carol Cain, senior producer/host of "Michigan Matters" who moderated the Chronicle's forum. It will appear as a special "Michigan Matters" this coming Sunday 11:30 am on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Lon Johnson, chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, with Carol Cain, senior producer/host  of CBS 62's "Michigan Matters," at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum sponsored by the paper.
Johnson asked Gov. Rick Synder, who appeared the second "Pancakes and Politics" forum, about the $41 million furniture contract facilitated by Snyder's cousin. See that question and more during a special "Michigan Matters" airing 11:30 am Sunday on CBS 62.
(credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Carol Cain, Lon Johnson, Pancakes & Politics Lon Johnson, chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, with Carol Cain, senior producer/host of CBS 62's "Michigan Matters," at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum sponsored by the paper. Johnson asked Gov. Rick Synder, who appeared the second "Pancakes and Politics" forum, about the $41 million furniture contract facilitated by Snyder's cousin. See that question and more during a special "Michigan Matters" airing 11:30 am Sunday on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Florine Mark, president and CEO of WW Group, with Carol Cain, senior producer/host CBS 62's "Michigan Matters" at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum this week at the DAC featuring Gov. Rick Snyder. Florine asked the Governor  about dealing with the state's growing problem of obesity and health. As is her hallmark, Florine wanted to know from the state's leader what Weight Watchers could do to help the cause and help more Michiganians get healthier. The "Pancakes and Politics" forum will air this  Sunday at 11:30 am Sunday on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
florine-pancakes Florine Mark, president and CEO of WW Group, with Carol Cain, senior producer/host CBS 62's "Michigan Matters" at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum this week at the DAC featuring Gov. Rick Snyder. Florine asked the Governor about dealing with the state's growing problem of obesity and health. As is her hallmark, Florine wanted to know from the state's leader what Weight Watchers could do to help the cause and help more Michiganians get healthier. The "Pancakes and Politics" forum will air this Sunday at 11:30 am Sunday on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Gov. Rick Snyder at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum  with Carol Cain, senior producer/host of CBS 62's "Michigan Matters" who moderated the event held at the Detroit Athletic Club. Snyder talked about Detroit, education, health and his own political future during the far ranging conversation.  You can catch it on a special "Michigan Matters" airing 11:30 am this Sunday on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Carol Cain, Rick Snyder, Pancakes & Politics Gov. Rick Snyder at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics" forum with Carol Cain, senior producer/host of CBS 62's "Michigan Matters" who moderated the event held at the Detroit Athletic Club. Snyder talked about Detroit, education, health and his own political future during the far ranging conversation. You can catch it on a special "Michigan Matters" airing 11:30 am this Sunday on CBS 62. (credit: Paul Pytlowany/CBS 62)
Tom Canedo, vice president and general manger of CBS 62/CW 50, shown with Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, and Carol Cain at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics' forum held this week. CBS 62 has been a media sponsor along with WWJ Newsradio 950 of the Chronicle's iconic spring time community event since it was launched nine years ago. "Pancakes and Politics" will air as a special "Michigan Matters" this Sunday at 11:30 am on CBS 62. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Tom Canedo, Rick Snyder, Carol Cain Pancakes & Politics Tom Canedo, vice president and general manger of CBS 62/CW 50, shown with Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, and Carol Cain at the Michigan Chronicle's "Pancakes and Politics' forum held this week. CBS 62 has been a media sponsor along with WWJ Newsradio 950 of the Chronicle's iconic spring time community event since it was launched nine years ago. "Pancakes and Politics" will air as a special "Michigan Matters" this Sunday at 11:30 am on CBS 62. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Gov. Rick Snyder talks with members of Jack & Jill at "Pancakes and Politics". The local chapter of the national organization made up of young African American who were were among the 400 people gathered at the DAC this week to listen to him speak about Detroit, the future of Michigan and more. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Rick Snyder Pancakes Gov. Rick Snyder talks with members of Jack & Jill at "Pancakes and Politics". The local chapter of the national organization made up of young African American who were were among the 400 people gathered at the DAC this week to listen to him speak about Detroit, the future of Michigan and more. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Gov. Rick Snyder talks with members of Jack & Jill at "Pancakes and Politics". The local chapter of the national organization made up of young African American who were were among the 400 people gathered at the DAC this week to listen to him speak about Detroit, the future of Michigan and more. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
Rick Snyder Pancakes Gov. Rick Snyder talks with members of Jack & Jill at "Pancakes and Politics". The local chapter of the national organization made up of young African American who were were among the 400 people gathered at the DAC this week to listen to him speak about Detroit, the future of Michigan and more. (credit: Michigan Chronicle)
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