Thursday, March 08, 2007

Lansing Town Hall with the Governor Tonight

Governor Granholm will join area residents tonight at Pattengill Middle School for an old fashioned Town Hall meeting to discuss the state's economic future and more importantly, how we get Michigan back on track.

The meeting will be televised live on WILX TV-10, and similarly there will be a live-stream for those who want to watch online.

This from the LSJ:
At a televised town hall-style event, the Democratic governor said her administration has grappled to put together an economic package in the wake of the manufacturing sector losing hundreds of thousands of jobs.

"We need to decide what kind of Michigan we need to create together because we know our economy has been challenged," Granholm said.

Regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum, this is going to be a frank discussion that we all need to participate in, whether its on TV, in the newspaper, on the blogs or in the grocery store. It's going to take all of us working together to pull this off.


Nirmal said...

oy -- you going to this?

LiberalLucy said...

No, it's not an open thing, but I will be watching.