Governor Snyder says he almost certainly plans to serve a full eight years as governor if Michigan voter will have him.

According to the Detroit News,  Snyder made the remarks in a speech Thursday to the Michigan Municipal League convention and in a follow-up session with reporters, Snyder said there is a huge amount of work to be done in what he calls "the reinvention of Michigan" and he plans to seek a second term if voters will have him, Wurfel said.