Day 4: Believe in Michigan - Jobs First: Pure Intensity
November 5, 2012
Jackson, Mich., Nov. 5, 2012 – Good evening, moments ago, we wrapped up the “Believe in Michigan – Jobs First” bus tour by concluding in Jackson, Michigan, the birthplace of the Republican Party. The ruckus outdoor rally featured Republican National Chairman Reince Priebus, who made a special last minute stop into Michigan to help get out the vote.
The morning started off with an overflowing crowd in St. Clair Shores, followed by a packed visit to the Utica-Macomb Victory Center, and with each stop came larger crowds, with 200 people greeting the bus in Commerce Township and more than 500 people for an outdoor rally in Livonia. Every stop, every crowd and every victory center demonstrated Michigan Republicans have the intensity and the organization to win this election and put Michigan in Mitt Romney’s column.
Today, the “Believe in Michigan – Jobs First” bus tour featured Gov. Rick Synder, Lt. Governor Brian Calley, Attorney General Bill Schuette, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson, Congresswoman Candice Miller, Congressman Mike Rogers, Congressman Tim Walberg and U.S. Senate candidate Pete Hoekstra, as well as Republican candidates for the state school boards.
Matt and Josh Romney hopped on the bus mid-day for three stops, while Mitt Romney’s niece and nephew, Ronna and George, spoke with folks at nearly every stop.
After four years of broken promises and failed policies it was clear from each stop that Michigan’s middle class families are ready to fire Barack Obama and hire Mitt Romney as the next President of the United States.
Victory Centers across Michigan open tomorrow at 8 a.m., click here to find the nearest victory center.
Clear eyes. Full hearts. Michigan can’t lose.
Director of Communications
Michigan Republican Party