Governor Rick Snyder brought a special visitor to Michigan Friday.  New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appeared at a coffee shop in Detroit to support Snyder.

During his visit Christie praised Snyder's handling of the Detroit bankruptcy stating, he was realistic with residents.  While the coffee shop stop was meant to get business owners fired up for what is in store for the city it was Christie's next stop that has people talking.

The possible presidential candidate and current chairman of the Republican Governors Association headlined a fundraiser for Snyder's run for a second term.

Christie was excited to see Snyder protesters outside the shop. He likes campaigning for candidates who have protesters because it mean they're "doing something."

Former Massachusetts Governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be visiting the state to campaign for Republicans in Michigan.  There are many heated races in the state.

Watch out for more political heavy hitters as the campaign season heats up.