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The Oakland County executive proved he's a stand-up guy during an Election Night appearance in Royal Oak.
Applause, cheers and groans punctuate the first in a series of debates between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
The former Minnesota governor greeted approximately 200 supporters at a meet and greet at Mitt Romney's Victory Center in Royal Oak, where he did not comment on speculation that he might be the Republican vice presidential nominee.
More than 1,000 supporters crowded into the Royal Oak Music Theatre to show their support for the man who says he is going to bring Michigan back.
Romney supporters are treated to a musical performance by a guy who 'epitomizes Detroit and is an icon.'
Bill Bullard Jr. explains how Michigan's 'closed primary' on Feb. 28 works.
After Chrysler announced a third shift to build Jeep Grand Cherokees, the Bloomfield Township congressman reminds Michigan residents of Romney's 2008 op-ed titled "Let Detroit Go Bankrupt."
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