The republican candidate for governor says his opponent was a no show in the critical 1994 election to change the way Michigan schools were funded. Dick Posthumus argues if Jennifer Granholm didn't vote, what kind of leader will she be.
Granholm, interviewed after the final debate in Detroit on Tuesday, at first said she supported Prop A but couldn't remember is she voted, but she added, if I didn't vote, I should have.
The Granholm camp describes this as a non issue that does not disqualify her from being governor, but Posthumus says citizens wanted property tax relief which the issue provided and the fact that Granholm did not vote brings into question he commitment to helping the average citizen.
The two meet before the Economic Club of Detroit and the Women's Economic Club of Detroit.
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