Mark Hackel

‘Everything Borrowed’ Podcast Ep. 16: A Conversation with Mark Hackel

On this episode of “Everything Borrowed,” Mark Hackel, County Executive for Macomb County, joins Andrew to talk about a few of the topics we are currently facing on the home front.

Mark explains his thoughts and feelings on his job as a politician, the current issues surrounding COVID-19 and his belief to focus on the “people and not the party.”

Mark is a great guy and guest, who has gathered support from both Democratic and Republican voters by just being honest, open and having some common sense.

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To learn more about “Everything Borrowed” and catch up on previous episodes, visit Andrew Blake’s expert profile on StartupNation.

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