By CBS Detroit
Gov. Rick Snyder came to office talking about reinventing Michigan and change has become his mantra. Which is why there will be a standing room only crowd to listen to the state’s 48th governor when he takes to the Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics stage on Monday, April 7 at the Detroit Athletic to give an update on things.READ MORE: 'Our Goal Is To Be 100% Balance,' City Clerk Janice Winfrey Prepares For August 3rd Primary Elections, Wants Ballots Balanced
Snyder, who is running for re-election this year, has put Detroit front and center in his policies including appointment of Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, which he will likely talk about.
The governor will be appearing fresh from his week-long trade mission to Europe which includes stops in Germany and Italy.
The four-part Pancakes & Politics series is presented by the Michigan Chronicle and Real Times Media. Snyder is appearing in the second of the four forums.
“Pancakes” will be moderated by Carol Cain, Emmy winning senior producer and host of CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
Michigan Chronicle Senior Editor Bankole Thompson will pose questions along with Cain. And the “Pancakes” audience will have a chance to ask a few questions too.READ MORE: Mask Guidance For Vaccinated Covers 46% Of Mich. Population
The third “Pancakes” will be held Thurs, May 15 at the DAC when the CEOs appear including: David Cotton, Meridian Healthcare; Dr. William Pickard, Global Automotive Alliance, Nancy Schlicting, Henry Ford Health System and Ric Devore – PNC Bank.
CBS 62 has been a media partner of The Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” since the series was launched nine years ago. So too WWJ Newsradio 950, its sister CBS radio station, is a media partner as well.
“The Michigan Chronicle hit a homerun when they came up with “Pancakes and Politics,” said Tom Canedo, vice president and general manager of CBS 62/CW50. “We are proud to be involved as a partner with them in these important sessions. We are also happy to bring them home for our viewers as they are then aired as “Michigan Matters.”
Don’t have a ticket for the forum featuring Gov. Snyder? You can watch highlights of the Michigan Chronicle’s second “Pancakes and Politics” on Sunday, April 13 at 11:30 a.m. as special edition of “Michigan Matters” only on CBS 62!
For more information: 313-963-8100 or michiganchronicle.com.MORE NEWS: Canadian Trucker Freed, Says He's Victim Of Marijuana Scam
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