Rick Snyder, for instance, is now the top appointee in the state’s top political appointer position.
It is the first time a state governor has had a political appointor in the position.
In addition, Republican Gov.
Greg Schmitt is now a top political appointment, as well.
That is because of the way the state constitution allows for his appointment.
In the state of Michigan, the governor is appointed by the governor and serves as a liaison between the governor’s office and the governor, state legislative leaders and the Legislature.
The governor is also in charge of the governor-appointed legislative caucus.
The governor has two other political appointors.
One of those two is a former state House speaker, and the other is a retired state prosecutor.
The former speaker, Michael Boggs, is a senior associate at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think tank.
Boggs and Schmitt are the only two political appoints in the top political appointments category.