Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars
  • Michigan Governor Granholm drives plug-in cars

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    Let's just say Jennifer Granholm and Neil Cavuto probably won't be exchanging Christmas cards this year. Granholm, the former governor of Michigan, made clear in an op-ed in the Huffington Post (like AutoblogGreen, an AOL site) that she remains all for using federal funds to push electric-vehicle technology and production. Pictured above, is Granholm learning about plug-in vehicles in 2010 in Detroit.

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