Michigan House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel Visiting Upper Michigan This Weekend

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MI House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel.

MI House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel.

MARQUETTE, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel is visiting the Upper Peninsula this weekend to meet with citizens, take part in several events and tour several sites.

Greimel joined The SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike today to preview his trip, which will be primarily in the Western U.P.

Greimel says his U.P. trip includes speaking at the Copper Dog 150 sled dog race start, tour an MTec SmartZone in Houghton, meet with the Houghton County Democrats and also tour the Calumet Schools.

Greimel is serving his first full term in the House of Representatives and first as leader of the Democratic Caucus.

He has been holding several meetings with residents and see what issues they care about most. Greimel has also pushed for more education funding for public schools, repeal of the pension tax, and is fighting the Governor Rick Snyder’s recommended budget for this year.

LISTEN – MI House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel on U.P. tour and more.

VISIT – Leader Greimel’s website.

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One Response to Michigan House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel Visiting Upper Michigan This Weekend

  1. Re Rep. Greimel interview: Great job, as always, Walt! We need to encourage Rep. Greimel to visit Marquette. He did not include NMU in his discussion about the effect of the Governor’s budget cuts to education. One of the reasons we decided to settle in Marquette several years ago was because it is the home of NMU. It is my opinion, Governor Snyder is trying to create a mass exodus from Michigan, not only potential college students, but retirees too. I am going to set my alarm, just in case, so I don’t miss the interview with April, NMU Native American Studies Department, tomorrow morning.

    Theresa Scram
    March 6, 2013 at 2:16 pm

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