Unless you’ve been living under a rock recently, you are well aware we’re in the throws of the 2008 Presidential Primaries. Today Michiganders head to the polls to vote for who they want to see on the ballot come November.
Michigan is often considered a state of great note when measuring the nation's industrial health. But since the 1970s, Michigan's industrial base has diminished as the auto industry began to abandon Michigan in favor of less expensive labor found overseas and in the Southern United States.
Still, Michigan voters head out to the polls today in a presidential primary that is considered critical for GOP candidates. Romney and McCain have both pledged to revitalize the auto industry in Michigan. Watch the results to see what Michiganders think about either candidate's assurances.