Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, speaking to the media before Donald Trump spoke Monday to the Detroit Economic Club at Cobo Center, insisted that Michigan is in play for the Republican candidte even though he trails in polls.
"This is an election about two choices, Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump," said Schuette, widely seen as a Republican candidate for governor in 2018. "And people don't trust Hillary Clinton. And then secondly, people want change. They want something new. They want something fresh."
Schuette, who endorses Trump, describes 2016 as a “jobs and paychecks election.”
“It means Michigan is in play," he said. Voters, he said, "don't want four more years of Obama and Clinton."