ICYMI: Tudor Dixon Joined By Tulsi Gabbard & Ronna McDaniel For Bus Tour Kick-Off

October 31, 2022

Grand Rapids, Michigan—Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon and her running mate Shane Hernandez were joined by both Tulsi Gabbard and Ronna McDaniel for a full weekend of campaigning in southeast Michigan. The weekend was filled with a series of events, including an Ask Me Anything town hall, Michigan vs. Michigan State watch party, local church service, and multiple rallies to advocate for unity, freedom, and parents' rights.

Dixon interacted with thousands of Michiganders as she works to spread her family friendly message throughout the state. She will continue her bus tour to communities across the state, with stops planned each day through the election on November 8th.

See below for highlights from her visits and events last weekend:

Dixon, GOP allies train their focus on Whitmer's COVID school closure claim
The Detroit News"It is time to fund students, not systems," Dixon said. "We had the opportunity to talk about what's happening in schools and what we're going to do to get kids back on track, and I still haven't heard from Gretchen Whitmer what she's planning to do.She stands up there and no one holds her accountable. What are you going to do to get these kids back on track?" Dixon said. "We got our reading scores back from the spring, nearly 60% of our third graders failed."

Former Democratic congresswoman joins Dixon, courting independent voters as midterms loom
MLiveGabbard said she came to Michigan to campaign after what she says is a demonstration of strength and leadership by Dixon, who she wants to see hold the Biden administration and Congress accountable. “She is built for this moment,” Gabbard said. “She has shown it through her track record of leadership and through her courage and speaking up, even knowing that speaking up comes at a cost.”

Tudor Dixon And Tulsi Gabbard Rally
Wood TV 8"Unfortunately how the Democrat party, especially over the last few years has just gotten out of touch with the real needs of families across the country and families here in Michigan," said Tulsi Gabbard. "Last time I was here was a couple years ago and I was campaigning for president and I saw then what I'm hearing now from Tudor about the failure of leadership to really address the everyday needs."

Dixon Campaigns Across Metro Detroit
WXYZGubernatorial candidates spent the weekend campaigning across metro Detroit, Republican candidate Tudor Dixon hosted several events with former Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, the Democrat turned Independent is campaigning for candidates across the U.S. who she says are fighting for their communities.

Tudor Dixon’s Freedom Rally rolls into Milford
The Spinal ColumnRepublican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon brought her Freedom Rally to the parking lot of Czapski’s Kitchen Cafe in downtown Milford on Friday, October 28. Dixon took to the stage to share her message of supporting parental rights in their children’s education, backing law enforcement, securing schools, ensuring safe communities, and reducing regulations. “I want to bring back the American dream,” she said to a crowd of about 250.

Gubernatorial candidate Dixon holds town hall in Shelby
Macomb DailyMichigan Republican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon was in Macomb County Friday night for a town hall event at Shelby Gardens Banquet & Events on Van Dyke Avenue in Shelby Twp. Dixon and Governor Gretchen Whitmer held their final debate prior to the Nov. 8 general election on Oct. 26. Friday, Dixon had a captive audience as she talked about her platform and answered questions from voters.

Tudor Dixon Bashes Whitmer For Bringing In Barack Obama: ‘Too Little, Too Late’
Breitbart“She’s out there saying that she only kept schools closed for three months, which is obviously a blatant lie, and if you look at the folks in Detroit, the schools in Detroit had some of the worst performance,” Dixon said. “So now, she comes out and says, ‘I didn’t actually keep the schools closed.’ Those students are saying, ‘Are you kidding me?’ But parents across the state are mad.”

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