Republican Nominee for Governor Bill Schuette Joins Detroit Today

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Bill Schuette (right) with Stephen Henderson (left)

Michigan voters will soon decide who will be the next governor of Michigan.

Stephen Henderson speaks with the Republican nominee Bill Schuette, Michigan’s current attorney general on Detroit Today.

On the morning after his WDIV debate with Democratic nominee for governor Gretchen Whitmer, Schuette talks about Michigan’s crumbling roads and other infrastructure, health care, taxes, public education, and his record, among other things.

Click on the audio player above to hear the full conversation.

You can hear Whitmer’s interview on Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson here.


Image credit: Jake Neher/WDET

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