Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm Endorses Williamson for Congress in CA-33

March 3, 2014

Los Angeles, CA – Today, Marianne Williamson’s campaign for Congress in CA-33 announced the endorsement of former Governor of Michigan Jennifer Granholm.

"I have known Marianne for years and have witnessed the positive impact she's had on many lives,” Granholm said. “It's wonderful that she is running for Congress. She has tremendous talent and skill to bring to the country at large."

“I'm grateful for Jennifer’s endorsement, as she represents many of the qualities I most admire in a political leader," says Williamson. "I've watched her combine steadiness and dignity with humanity and compassion both in and out of office, working tirelessly to make government do a better job at improving the lives of real people."

Granholm became Michigan's first female Governor, serving from 2003-2011.  She was also a member of President Obama's presidential transition team before he assumed office on January 20, 2009.She is a Distinguished Practitioner of Law and Public Policy at the University of California, Berkeley. With her husband Daniel Mulhern, she coauthored A Governor's Story: The Fight for Jobs and America's Future, released in September 2011.