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Trott: Bill Schuette is a Problem Solver, Focused on Job Creation for Michigan

Trott: Bill Schuette is a Problem Solver, Focused on Job Creation for Michigan

U.S. Representative for Michigan’s Eleventh Congressional District supports Bill Schuette for Governor, knows he will ‘push our state forward’

LANSING, MI — Bill Schuette today announced he has received the endorsement of Michigan Congressman Dave Trott in his campaign for governor.

“Bill Schuette is a problem solver who is focused on creating new jobs, and he’s got the experience, relationships, and optimism to push our state forward. That’s why I strongly support Bill Schuette to be our next governor,” said Trott.

Trott noted that Schuette has the unique skill set Michigan needs to reach higher and increase the growth of paychecks and population.

Schuette announced his candidacy on September 12th with a 650-person rally in his hometown of Midland, pledging to be Michigan’s Jobs Governor so that Michigan can start winning again by leading the nation in growth and opportunity.

Since that day, Schuette has been endorsed by President Donald Trump, Secretary of State Candice Miller, Congressman John Moolenaar, and won the Mackinac Republican Leadership Straw Poll by an overwhelming majority over his competitors.

Schuette also crossed the entire state on his Jobs Tour, with more than 25 stops from Marquette to Kalamazoo and Detroit to Traverse City where he talked with small business owners and workers about how to create new jobs.

“Dave Trott is a conservative leader,” said Schuette. “I am encouraged by Dave’s strong support and look forward to working closely with him to make Michigan America’s Jobs State.”

Trott has served on the University of Michigan Advisory Board, Detroit Country Day School Board of Trustees, The Community House Board, Karmanos Cancer Center Board, Michigan State Building Authority Board of Trustees, and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees. He currently represents Michigan’s Eleventh Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he is a member of the House Committee on Financial Services.

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