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In 2004, Granholm was inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame. The main issue facing the governor has been the massive budget deficit.AKA Jennifer Mulhern Granholm Born: 5-Feb-1959Birthplace: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Gender: Female Religion: Roman Catholic Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Politician Party Affiliation: Democratic Nationality: United States Executive summary: Governor of Michigan, 2003-11Father: Victor Ivar Granholm Mother: Shirley Alfreda Dowden Brother: Bob Granholm Boyfriend: John Schneider (dated once)Husband: Daniel Granholm Mulhern (m.23-May-1986)Daughter: Kathryn ("Kate")Daughter: Cecelia Son: Jack High School: San Carlos High School, San Carlos, CA (1977) University: BA Political Science, University of California at Berkeley (1984) University: JD, Harvard Law School (1987) Governor of Michigan (1-Jan-2003 to 1-Jan-2011) Attorney General of Michigan (1999-2001) Law Clerk for Damon Keith, 6th U. During the 2008 presidential election, Granholm stood in as Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin in a series of practice debates with Democratic vice presidential nominee Joseph Biden. Granholm had to eliminate upwards of $200 per person from state budget expenditures.She held jobs as a tour guide at Universal Studios, within customer service for the Los Angeles Times and was the first female tour guide at Marine World Africa USA in Redwood City, piloting boats with 25 tourists aboard. She worked on John Anderson's independent presidential campaign and enrolled at the University of California, Berkeley. She emphasized the need for the state to attract young people and businesses to Michigan.This time she finished the run in under 45 minutes.
After joining her husband Daniel Mulhern for the last two miles of his October 24, 2004 Detroit Free Press/Flagstar Bank Marathon run, Granholm remarked, "I would love to run a marathon before I'm 50." During Granholm’s first year in office, she made a significant number of budget cuts.
She was upset by proposals to cut state funding to social welfare programs, such as homeless shelters and mental health agencies.
During an interview, she reflected on the proper perspective of budget cuts: "Often those who cloak themselves in a cape of religiosity happen to be some who are the biggest cutters. But when you get to cutting the services for the least of these -- in the 25th chapter of Matthew in the 37th verse the Lord says, 'Whatsoever you do to the least of these, so also you do unto me' -- that's when I question whether somebody is really living out the faith that they profess." The interviewer noted that Granholm would be criticized, but she hoped that everyone would “keep those values in mind . .through the budget process.” Betsy De Vos, the chairman of the Republican Party of Michigan (1996–2000, 2003–05), was upset that Granholm had decided “to cloak her views on balancing the budget in religious terms in order to demonize her political opponents.” Granholm responded that she did not think her response was controversial, and she said that many people of faith are serving in state government.
Michigan went for the Republican nominee for the first time since 1988.
Every once in a while, in exchange for her subservience, someone would (no doubt with a complete lack of sincerity) mention her as a potential Supreme Court nominee. Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned.
February 5, 1959) is a Canadian-born American politician and the 47th Democratic Governor of Michigan. She defeated Republican businessman and politician Dick De Vos, Libertarian Gregory Creswell, Green Douglas Campbell and the Constitution (US Taxpayers) Party candidate, Bhagwan Dashairya, in the general election on November 7, 2006. In 1994, she was appointed Wayne County Corporation Counsel.