With the election just two short weeks away, here’s everything you need to know!
Mark Schauer understands that for Michigan to be at its best, the economy must work for women and families. Mark has spent his whole career making Michigan’s economy fairer for women and the middle class.
While Snyder touts that Michigan women and families matter, his record provides a stark contrast. Under Governor Snyder, a middle class family with two kids is paying 77% more in taxes, and the National Partnership for Women and Families gave Michigan an “F” for working families.
Who is Mark Schauer? First, he’s a loving husband. Second, Mark’s running for governor to build an economy that works for everyone, not just the wealthy and well-connected. Here are 10 things that make Mark Schauer, well, Mark Schauer.
Gov. Snyder gave businesses a $1.8 billion tax cut and balanced it by cutting $1 billion from education while raising taxes on seniors and working Michiganders - all in the name of “more and better jobs.” But as the Detroit Free Press pointed out, “While businesses have paid less in taxes, job growth is slowing. It’s an astonishing outcome for a tax policy whose sole purpose was to put Michiganders back to work.”
When he ran in 2010, Gov. Snyder talked a lot about moving Michigan past the era of gridlock and into a post-partisan utopia, but that’s all it was: talk. In the process, Snyder has let loose with a couple doozies. Here are the five most egregious examples of Snyder blatantly lying to Michiganders.
Rick Snyder ran as the no-nonsense businessman who would reinvent Michigan’s economy with “simple, fair and efficient” solutions that would lead to “more and better jobs.” Predictably, cutting taxes for corporations even if they ship jobs overseas while raising them on hard-working Michiganders has had the opposite effect. In fact, Michigan has one of the highest unemployment rates in the nation and all Snyder can muster is the promise that if we don’t feel the recovery yet, we will soon.
While Governor Snyder called the auto rescue the “number one overblown issue,” Mark Schauer has fought tirelessly for Michigan’s auto industry.
Today, Gov. Snyder released an ad promising Michiganders that if they haven’t felt the recovery, they “will soon.” Well, here are 6 things Michiganders are already feeling instead of a recovery thanks to Gov. Snyder and his policies.
It seems that at every turn, Snyder has been involved in another scandal. Here’s a list of all the recent ones.
With less than 80 days before the election and Schauer tied with Snyder in the polls, Gov. Snyder went into panic mode. Here are a few of the most ridiculous things said by Gov. Snyder.