It was a tumultous two terms for Governor Jennifer Granholm in Michigan. The Great Recession had taken its course by the end of her tenure, but she reviews the steps she took to get the best result for Michiganders. The main theme of her governership was jobs, due to the loss of manufacturing jobs, compounded by the Great Recession. She explains how tax cuts alone di not create an economic recovery (and outlines in an index the 99 corporate tax cuts and 17 individual tax cuts she signed into law over her two terms), and that it took the federal government to step in and assist in Michigan. President Obama's signing of the auto sector bail out was crucial to us getting back on our feet. She also shares many of her favorite moments from campaigning, but it is clear that she enjoys the government-side more than the campaign-side.