Brian Calley Hints At Run For Michigan Gubernatorial Race
Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley is moving closer to a formal announcement that he will run next year for the Republican nomination to succeed Governor Rick Snyder.
The big hints include a video posted on his personal website talks a little about his history and leadership style.
He also appeared alongside Governor Snyder at a Macomb County business lunch, where he delivered what sounded an awful lot like a campaign speech. But Calley still stops short of declaring himself a candidate.
“Oh, I’ll just have to say, stay tuned.”
Calley says a “big announcement” will come May 30th.
“It just makes sense, I think, to really, right now, set the stage in terms of letting people know who I am, where my heart is, what drives me as a leader, and then, also, to remind people just how far we’ve come in the last six years.”
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