ICYMI: Tudor Dixon Rallies Energized Crowds in Marquette & Muskegon

October 17, 2022

Grand Rapids, Michigan—Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon spent the weekend on the campaign trail in Marquette and Muskegon attending multiple rallies, hosting an Ask Me Anything Town Hall, and visiting with supporters at local establishments.

On Saturday, Tudor addressed a crowd of over 100 supporters at Rippling River Resort and spent over an hour taking any and all questions from members of the audience. The conversation covered a number of topics, including her stance on Line 5 and how that impacts our energy costs, how she will ensure the Upper Peninsula voice is represented in Lansing, increasing broadband access, and how Tudor would have led differently during COVID.

Following that event, she joined a crowd at The Honorable Distillery for a Freedom Rally to discuss Gretchen Whitmer's extreme and harmful COVID lockdown policies, particularly on the small business community. Tudor delivered a forceful speech that outlined her vision for improving Michigan's standings in the nation, particularly as it relates to the economy, education, and crime.

Sunday evening, she participated in a rally at Living Word Church in Muskegon with hundreds of supporters. She was joined by Republican attorney general candidate Matt DePerno and Republican U.S. House candidate John Gibbs, along with numerous prominent conservative figures in the state.  

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