I don't think we have the option for recall in this state, another dupe by the full time legislators on us dummies that let them do that to us!
I do think she is a bold faced liar and if she is she can be impeached. Here is an article from the Macomb Daily:
"Attorney General Jennifer Granholm's husband landed six contracts with Wayne County worth nearly $300,000 with the help of some of Granholm's top campaign supporters.
Daniel Mulhern, a "leadership training" consultant, secured contracts for his firms shortly after Granholm departed as the top attorney for the McNamara administration in Wayne County.
Five of the agreements were no-bid contracts and the sixth was awarded through a process in which Mulhern's firm submitted the highest bid but won the contract anyway.
Mulhern's contracts with County Executive Edward McNamara's office and Metropolitan Airport were secured with the support of top allies of Granholm's attorney general campaign and her bid for governor. Those include McNamara, then-Deputy Executive Michael Duggan and then-Airport Director David Katz.
Granholm and Mulhern say their political connections had no influence over the awarding of the contracts.
"I did no work for the county while Jennifer was there," said Mulhern, 44, who operates a Detroit-based consulting firm. "There are absolutely no ethical or legal-ethical issues."
According to county records obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, a month after Granholm departed as Wayne County corporation counsel and was sworn in as state attorney general, Mulhern was soliciting Katz for contracts in February 1999.
Mulhern's first success was solidifying a $7,500 agreement to provide management coaching for Katz. That contract also led to business with a Northwest Airlines executive.
The attorney general's husband eventually landed a $172,500 contract in the fall of 1999 to provide seven months of training for 20 airport personnel. At that time, Mulhern was working for Pioneering Management Possibilities, or PMP, of Bingham Farms.
That was the only Mulhern contract put up for bids, with PMP initially offering a $140,000 price. That compared to bids ranging from $30,000 to $74,000 from four other firms.
But a four-member team evaluated the voluminous proposals and, using a scoring system, rated PMP as, by far, the best proposal. Heading that evaluation team was Katz, a close Granholm-Mulhern friend who now serves as campaign manager for Granholm's gubernatorial bid, and Walter Beard. Beard, county director of purchasing, was a Granholm campaign contributor, according to state records.
The attorney general said she never exerted any influence over the process and never talked to any of those deciding whether her husband would receive contracts.
"That never happened, not in any way, shape or form," said Granholm, a Northville Township Democrat. "He had his own relationships (with Wayne County officials). He didn't need me to do anything for him."
A former Wayne County official, Mulhern's contracts were secured from 1999-2001 as the McNamara administration's contracting procedures came under sharp criticism.
In the past two years, McNamara has faced accusations of cronyism and conflicts of influence because of airport contracts awarded to campaign contributors, friends and relatives.
A scathing report issued by the state Senate committee in October concluded that the county was guilty of "extreme mismanagement." Some lawmakers advocate a state takeover of Metro Airport while others want to slap on state-mandated contracting restrictions.
"It (Mulhern's contracts) certainly fits in with the culture at the airport," said Senate Majority Leader Dan DeGrow, a Port Huron Republican. "When you've got a bunch of no-bid contracts, it raises a lot of questions."
Granholm has come under criticism from DeGrow and other Senate Republicans for declining to investigate the airport contracts. The attorney general has said she sees no evidence that warrants the state stepping in.
Mulhern's advocates call him a top-notch motivator with a strong background and reputation.
A partner in the firm of Mulhern Hastings Group, his consulting clients have included the Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Plunkett and Cooney law firm, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan.
He has conducted leadership training for top corporate executives, labor union leaders and a variety of government and school officials.
Wayne County officials say Mulhern's work for McNamara and Duggan from 1987-91, including a stint as county director of juvenile services, helped him secure consulting contracts. Mulhern's advantage, they said, was his understanding of the public sector and of the county executive's office.
"His wife gave him no advantage," said Deputy Executive Mary Zuckerman. "The fact that he was Jennifer's husband did not help him at all. Dan was a known quantity, but not because of Jennifer."
A former colleague, PMP co-owner Brad Zimmerman, said Mulhern's Wayne County connections helped the firm because he had a reputation for intelligence and integrity in the McNamara administration. But Granholm "didn't come into play at all," Zimmerman said.
Granholm proclaimed that Mulhern is so well-credentialed that he offers one of the top résumés in Michigan. He holds degrees from Yale and Harvard and has taught management leadership at the university level.
Mulhern teaches management styles and techniques, as well as methods of fostering workplace relationships and working as a cohesive unit.
After four years with the county, Mulhern, who goes by the name Daniel Granholm Mulhern, worked as congressional aide for U.S. Rep. Sander Levin and for University of Detroit High School.
In January 1999, he joined the staff of PMP, just as his wife took over as the new attorney general. In addition to his PMP salary, he earned commissions of about 20 percent for each contract landed.
Granholm served as attorney for the county executive's office from 1989-91 and returned to the county as corporation counsel from 1995-98. McNamara and key players in his administration were instrumental in launching her political career.
County records show that the contracts secured by Mulhern were for these services:
* Four months of one-on-one leadership coaching with Katz, beginning in April 1999, at a price of $7,500.
* A 2-day Frankenmuth retreat in May 1999 for about 100 executive staff at a price of nearly $15,000.
* A "Leadership Development Program" from August 1999 to March 2000 for about 40 county executive staffers at a cost of $64,000.
* A 7-month, $172,500 leadership training program for 20 airport personnel under a contract that was selected in October 1999. Mulhern secured the contract but pulled out of the project - and returned his commission check - when he left the company to form his own firm in November 1999. PMP wanted him to follow through on the project as an independent contractor but Mulhern, sensing his wife might run for governor, said that he decided the contract might some day become a political issue and declined.
* An office retreat for county personnel in September 2000 that consisted of a 2-hour presentation. The price was $950.
* A monthly leadership program for three top county officials from February to October 2001 at cost of $14,000."