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Thu August 4, 2011
Capitol Farmer’s Market brings out Gov. Snyder and opponents
Governor Rick Snyder visited the annual Farmer’s Market on the Capitol lawn today.
Alongside the booths of sweet corn, wild flowers and homemade soap were petition collectors for the campaign to recall Governor Snyder.
Governor Snyder says he is focused on the future, and met recently with legislative leaders to discuss their plans for the fall and winter.
“Yeah, we had a very good meeting and it was largely talking about an assessment of how the first six months went, and where we’re going for the future, and I appreciate it. It’s good to do some longer-term planning and looking at how we’ve done, rather than just talking about the issue of the day.”
Representatives of the campaign to recall Snyder say they will continue to collect signatures through September, and they hope to get the recall question on the February 2012 ballot.
The campaign did not collect enough signatures in time to make the November ballot.