The 2006 Elections: The Candidates Say...

Oct. 11, 2006
IndustryWeek submitted questions to candidates from three key political races to better understand how the upcoming election could shape the future of U.S. manufacturing. Michigan gubernatorial candidates incumbent Democrat Jennifer Granholm and her GOP ...

IndustryWeek submitted questions to candidates from three key political races to better understand how the upcoming election could shape the future of U.S. manufacturing.

Michigan gubernatorial candidates incumbent Democrat Jennifer Granholm and her GOP opponent Dick DeVos and incumbent Senators Mike DeWine (R-Ohio) and Rick Santorum (R-Pa.) responded to IndustryWeek questions. DeWine challenger Rep. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and Santorum opponent Democrat Bob Casey did not respond to IW interview requests.

Here are their responses:

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