To The Point: Chelsea Clinton, Pence, Meekhof

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Michigan once again has seen a lot of activity surrounding presidential politics.

24 Hour News 8 had a conversation with Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence who talks about a number of subjects including how Michigan could play out in Decision 2016.

“Michigan always looms large in presidential elections, never more than this year,” Pence said. “My belief that Donald Trump’s plan to get the economy moving again, particularly manufacturing, having tougher and smarter trade deals that will protect American jobs for American workers is going to resonate here in Michigan.”

Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton said during a campaign stop in Grand Rapids what she thought her mom — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton — will emphasize during the first presidential debate on Monday.

“I have no doubt that she’ll continue to make the argument that she’s made throughout this campaign that she is running for president to keep doing what she’s fought for her whole life, for a better country so every child can live up to  her or his God given potential,” Clinton told “To The Point.”

Also above in this Sept. 25, 2016 episode of “To The Point,” Michigan Senate Majority Leader Arlan Meekhof, R-West Olive, discusses a number of different pieces of legislation being dealt with in Lansing this session.



Decision 2016

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