SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) - A pancake house in suburban Detroit was among the places Rick Snyder has chosen to visit one day after theRepublican gubernatorial candidate won the Michigan primary.
Snyder chatted Wednesday with diners in Southfield and wasrecognized by at least one diner who greeted him by saying, "Mr.Nerd, right?" referring to his "one tough nerd" ad campaign.
Snyder proposed three debates with Democratic candidate Virg Bernero, who called for eight. The twocandidates will face off in November's general election.
Snyder was the top Republican vote-getter, receiving 36 percentof the vote and defeating U.S. Rep. Pete Hoekstra, Attorney GeneralMike Cox, Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard and state Sen. TomGeorge.
Bernero defeated state House Speaker Andy Dillon.
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