Governor knocks on 'Millionth Door' in support of Romney
SAGINAW, MI (WNEM) -
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder has knocked on the one Millionth door in the state in support of Mitt Romney and the Republican ticket.
In a news release on Wednesday, Romney's election team stated that in 2012, Romney volunteers have made 3 times more phone calls and have knocked 21 times more doors than at this time in the '08 campaign.
"Our nation is at a turning point," stated Kelsey Knight, Romney's Michigan Victory Communications Director. "Americans can't afford another four years like the last four years under President Obama's failed policies. When Mitt Romney is president, he will work with Democrats and Republicans, put the interests of the American people first, and deliver the real recovery President Obama could only promise."
Snyder was at Dale Road and Clairmound Drive in Saginaw around 3 p.m. to knock on the "millionth door."
Video and a photo from that encounter can be seen above.
Meanwhile, advocates for Michigan's working families greeted Governor Snyder's bus tour in Saginaw to show their support for Proposal 2. Workers gathered on the campus of Saginaw Valley State University around 1 p.m. to support Proposal 2, which supporters say protects the basic right to negotiate for fair wages, benefits, and safe working conditions.
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