The third and final presidential debate will be held in Florida Monday night. The two political party chairmen held a pre-debate.
The presidential race has become almost to close to call and many are saying a lot is riding on the third and final debate. In a warm up for that event, the two political party chairs went at it agreeing to disagree on just about everything.
The exchange between Brewer and Schostak was shades of the China debate between Governor Granholm and challenger Dick Devos years ago.
"He's invested in companies that are shipping jobos overseas," said Mark Brewer, state democratic party chair.
"He didnt ship jobs to China. He brought jobs into the United States," argues Bobby Schostak, state GOP party chair.
Schostak complains that democrats have painted Romney in a negative light concerning his jobs record, but Brewer would have none of that.
"He's invested in the Cayman Islands, Luxemburg. Why doesn't he invest in the United States? Why is he sending his money overseas?" asked Brewer.
"It's irrelevant where he spends his person money," argued Schostak.
On another topic concerning the GOP Speaker of the House and his role in an election rigging dispute in Grand Rapids, a grand jury probe is underway and Brewer wanted to know what role his counterpart played in all this, if any.
"First of all, there was no scheme and I had no role. I took a phone call about someone coming over to the party," answered Schostak.
The final foreign policy debate is tonight at 9p.m. on 6 News with CBS Correspondent Bob Scheifer.