Tudor Dixon Crisscrosses The State, Shares Vision With Thousands Of Michiganders

November 5, 2022

Grand Rapids, Michigan—Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon has been crisscrossing the state on her bus tour in the final days of the campaign, hosting freedom rallies, town halls, roundtables, and meet and greets. She's had the opportunity to interact with thousands of Michiganders to share her message of building a family friendly Michigan and her plans to improve education, reduce regulation, and support law enforcement.

Over the past few days, Dixon has received an outpouring of support and is drawing massive crowds for each of her events. Her message is resonating with voters and she looks forward to earning their vote this Tuesday, November 8th.

See below for further coverage of her recent events:

Tudor Dixon Draws Big Crowds, Energy In Uphill Push For Michigan Governor
Bridge MichiganOn Wednesday, the day before the Saginaw stop, hundreds of supporters packed into a Midland convention center for Dixon. And hours after the Saginaw stop, hundreds more gathered in a Plymouth Township parking lot for another of what Dixon’s campaign calls “freedom rallies” held across the state. “Especially in northern Michigan, people feel like they’ve been left behind,” Dixon told Bridge, explaining why she feels her supporters are so enthusiastic.

Tudor Dixon closes campaign with focus on education, crime and business
ABC 12"I think that people are really wanting to see somebody who's going to focus on education, crime and businesses bringing business back," Dixon said. The West Michigan businesswoman and political commentary host is pretty optimistic these days. The once virtually unknown candidate is cementing herself as a strong contender against Whitmer.

Video Report: Tudor Dixon Campaigns on Education, Crime Fighting, Economy
NewsmaxMichigan GOP gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon tells Newsmax election correspondent Tom Basile on Thursday's "John Bachman Now" that Democrat Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's strict COVID policies and soft-on-crime positions have had a negative impact on the state.

Whitmer, Dixon make final push for undecided voters in Governor's race
Fox 2Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer and challenger Tudor Dixon are making their final push to get undecided voters on their side.

Candidates for Michigan Governor make final push ahead of Election Day
Local 4Tudor Dixon finished up Friday (Nov. 4) night in Clinton Township. As a special guest, team Dixon traveled with a University of Kentucky swimmer who was forced to compete against a transgender woman. “Did you ever think we would be here where we have to defend women’s sports,” said Dixon. “If Joe Biden gets his way and Gretchen Whitmer will follow, they will alter Title IX to make sure women never have fairness in sports again.”

Hostilities Run High In Closing Days Of Michigan’s Race For Governor
NBC News“It’s really about power for them,” Dixon said Wednesday night at a rally here in Midland. “Look, I am asking you for the honor of serving you and leading — it’s not about power.” Dixon’s event Wednesday night in Midland came off as a Trump rally in miniature. Roughly 500 people flooded into the parking lot of a banquet center, many of them carrying their own camping chairs.

Tudor Dixon speaks out against Whitmer’s COVID-19 actions during Alpena stop
Alpena NewsRepublican gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon and her supporters want to hold incumbent Gov. Gretchen Whitmer accountable for her actions during the COVID-19 pandemic and for not abiding by the restrictions herself. On Wednesday, several hundred people packed the parking lot across the street from JJ’s Steak and Pizza House in Alpena to show their support for Dixon.

Tudor Dixon's final push spotlights Kentucky swimmer, Dearborn dad
The Detroit NewsDuring Thursday's rally, Dixon vowed to bring "common sense" back to Michigan and continued to emphasize giving parents more say in their children's education.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Dixon rallies with Midland area voters
Midland Daily NewsLess than one week away from Election Day, Dixon campaigned in Alpena and Midland on Wednesday before leaving for Saginaw. Dixon said the Great Lakes Bay Region is an important community to the campaign and one that has been receptive to her ideas.

Fractured Michigan G.O.P. Offers A Show Of Unity At A Homestretch Rally
The New York TimesTudor Dixon, the Republican candidate for governor, anchored her stump speech to the issue that helped drive Gov. Glenn Youngkin of Virginia to victory just a year ago: education. “It is crucial to get our kids back on track,” she said, spending nearly the first half of her speech on issues surrounding education. “We want to see 25 hours of tutoring for every student, and the funding is there.”

Previewing Michigan's gubernatorial race: One-on-one with Gretchen Whitmer, Tudor Dixon
WXYZ"Why should voters choose you?" I asked Dixon. "Well, coming from business and coming from manufacturing, I understand what it is to have a small business in the state of Michigan and how important right now it is for state government to come around our small businesses as a as a partner," she said.

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