Mitt Romney, who appears to be all-in in Michigan, started a new radio ad today that features one of his most prominent supporters in the state.
In the spot (listen to it here), Congressman Pete Hoekstra and his wife Diane say that Romney will cut taxes, lower spending, and create jobs -- a huge issue in the economically depressed state. They also vouch for Romney's Michigan connections.
"Governor Mitt Romney represents the values that are important to us," Diane Hoekstra says. "He will fight for the unborn and traditional marriage."
"Mitt Romneyís values are Michigan values," Pete Hoekstra chimes in.
"They ought to be, he grew up right here, in Michigan," his wife says.
Romney's campaign has suspended advertising in South Carolina and Florida to focus on Michigan, whose primary next Tuesday could mark the end of Romney's presidential bid if he doesn't win.