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Skubick: Gov. Snyder to seek re-election

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Gov. Snyder speaking Jan. 16 during the State of the State address Gov. Snyder speaking Jan. 16 during the State of the State address
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Gov. Snyder will announce on Monday he is seeking a second term as Michigan's governor, according to FOX 2 political analyst Tim Skubick.

VIDEO: Click on the video player above to hear from Skubick in a live phone interview on FOX 2

Snyder will likely run against Democratic candidate Mark Schauer.

Skubick say the polls currently hold Snyder in high regards.

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