We talk with former Gov. Jennifer Granholm about the 2016 presidential election. She’s serving on Hillary Clinton’s transition team.
If Hillary Clinton is elected President in November, a very familiar figure from Michigan will be part of her move to the White House. Former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, a Clinton supporter in this campaign and in 2008, has been tapped to serve as a member of the candidate’s transition team if she wins in November.
Granholm has been a two-term governor and state attorney general. Today, she teaches at the University of California-Berkeley and advises the Clinton campaign.
Current State’s Scott Pohl speaks with Jennifer Granholm about Hillary Clinton and the 2016 campaign.