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Published on Jul 5, 2008
An ad by Joe Slade White for Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm's 2006 reelection campaign. Granholm, the incumbent Democrat, defeated Republican nominee Dick DeVos, a businessman and Amway heir, handily in November 2006.
Announcer: "When Jennifer Granholm inherited a government in crisis, she went to work.
She eliminated nearly 4 billion dollars in red ink; balanced the budget; cut waste, fraud, and abuse; abolished 71 obsolete boards, commissions, and tasks forces; and got rid of unnecessary state airplanes and cars.
You know where she stands. She's making the hard choices, the tough decisions that protect education and health care with no new general taxes."