Prepare to Vote: Candidate Bill Schuette

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Find out more about where Republican Schuette stands on the issues important to Michigan voters.

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WDET and the Detroit Journalism Cooperative invited Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette to be part of a series of hour-long interviews with the Democratic and Republican candidates for governor. He declined to participate.


  • Age: 64
  • Elected Experience:  Michigan Attorney General, 2011-Present; Michigan Senate, 35th District, 1995-2002; Michigan House of Representative, 10th District, 1985-1991
  • Other Experience: Michigan Court of Appeals, 4th District, 2003-2009; Director, Michigan Department of Agriculture, 1991-1994
  • Education: Georgetown University, University of Aberdeen Scotland, University of San Francisco School of Law
  • Campaign Website: Bill Schuette for Governor
  • Twitter: @SchuetteOnDuty
  • Facebook: Bill Schuette

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