I have decided to support Mike Cox for Governor of Michigan because of his clear vision for the future, proven experience, straight-shooting and liability.
Cox has released a 60 page blue print for the future of Michigan if he's elected Governor. I'm wondering why candidates don't do this. McInnis' "Platform for Prosperity" was only as general and vague as one can be. Ritter hasn't even done anything good for the state worthy of 60 pages let alone 6. Dan Maes has a few videos up. Cleve Tidwell is going into detail now with "Cleve Notes". Ken Buck has a few issues up. Jane Norton just does whatever her puppet masters say to do and Tom Wiens is still getting fully started.
So tell me when running for a major office like US Senate or Governor, that will effect the State and Nation greatly, why you wouldn't release a detailed plan of why you're running and what you want to do in office? Do the people not have a right to know what you're going to be doing with your elected office? And if you don't have a true detailed plan in your mind, then why are you running? Is it for the wrong reasons?
Anyway, that's why I'm supporting and contributing to The Mike Cox for Governor campaign.
More endorsements will come out soon, including from Colorado. With this endorsement will we start our "Vision For The Future" endorsement list, seen on the right side above "Election Odds".