To The Point: Gov. Rick Snyder

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Michigan Governor Rick Snyder  is the guest on this episode of To The Point, Dec. 18, 2011

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sickofrick
Is Rick Snyder going to be on every week? They need to rename the show "the rick snyder show".
peds
I agree wholeheartedly with valley about the obvious bias of Rick Albin. Shortly after joining WOODTV a few years ago, he took a leave of absence to work on a REPUBLICAN political campaign. His obvious bias for the Republican viewpoint does a diservice to the people of West Michigan who deserve unbias PROFESSIONAL reporting. Shame on WOODTV for enabling this obvious sham.
valley
Rick Albin makes me absolutely sick. I generally NEVER watch him because he is a horrible host, but today I had to watch. I don't know why he didn't hold the governor's hand and feed him cookies during the interview. Not one challenge or tough question was asked. So many opportunities missed and valid questions that went unasked. PLEASE hire someone that has the guts to ask a few questions that people wanted asked and not suck up quite so obviously. Sickening. Absolutely sickening.
 

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Michigan (change)

 
Michigan is governed as a republic, with three branches of government: executive, legislative and judicial. The state also allows direct participation of the electorate by initiative, referendum, recall, and ratification.
 
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Governor: Rick Snyder
Lieutenant Governor: Brian Calley
Attorney General: Bill Schuette
Secretary of State: Ruth Johnson

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