Jennifer Granholm told a crowd of Washtenaw County Democrats Saturday night it hasn't been easy being Michigan's governor during one of the most tumultuous periods of economic change and struggle in the state's history. But she says she has no regrets about it. "It has been a challenge being governor during this period of time," she said. "But I don't think that I would have wanted to be governor during any other period of time because it's this moment that your decisions make a difference. I wouldn't have wanted to have somebody else whose values I disagree with making decisions at this time." Click here to read the story.