The people in Michigan, they want jobs and paychecks, said Schuette, a 63-year-old former congressman, state senator and appellate judge from Midland. We dont want to go back to the heaviness of the behaviors of Obamacare and the failures of the Granholm administration. Without detailing specifics, he called for a review of state taxes. Gov. Rick Snyder and GOP lawmakers have enacted a series of business tax cuts while scaling back tax exemptions and credits for pensioners, low-income earners and taxpayers with children. If you look across the country, where most jobs are being built are where you can keep more of what you earn and the government takes less of what you make. I think thats an important ingredient as to how (in) Michigan we need go to higher, Schuette said. He acknowledged the difficulty of winning the governorship given the cyclical nature of politics and voters desire for change. Republicans control of the White House and Congress could be a bonus in 2018 for Democrats, who will have been out of power at the state level for eight years. webThe last time a gubernatorial candidate won Michigan and was from the same party as the president was 1990, when John Engler narrowly defeated two-term Democratic Gov. conclusion of interview skillsJim Blanchard.
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