The governor says there’s “no better place” for Chinese companies to expand …
A new reports says Gov. Rick Snyder’s successful re-election campaign spent more than double what Democratic challenger Mark Schauer’s campaign shelled out.
Snyder will leave Michigan on Wednesday, and visit Shanghai, Beijing and three other cities before returning Nov. 26.
Gov. Rick Snyder’s upcoming fourth annual trip to China to coax the economic powerhouse’s companies to expand in Michigan won’t be cheap.
The Detroit Financial Review Commission was created as a condition for Michigan committing $195 million toward ending the city’s bankruptcy.
Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan Economic Development Corp. created the automotive office in September 2013 as a way to reach senior-level executives in one of Michigan’s most important industries.
“People will long remember that when Detroit arrived at this troubling hour…”
Snyder said Thursday that his obligation to “support and defend our state constitution” has no exceptions and “is not a matter of personal preference.”
“We’re going to build the Michigan back that we had before, but even better,” Snyder told supporters.
Unlike 2010, when the outsider venture capitalist rolled to an 18-point victory, Snyder faces a tougher challenge from seasoned campaigner Mark Schauer, the Democratic nominee.