LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) –  Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist appeared in a photo with a woman wearing a sheer, revealing top at an event, Michigan News Source has learned.

Two different sources sent Michigan News Source a picture which shows Whitmer and Gilchrist standing next to the female in the revealing see-through shirt in front of the official Whitmer/Gilchrist campaign sign. The governor is holding a fan that says “GUUURL” while Gilchrist is wearing a white t-shirt with what appears to be a Pride flag.

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Pictured left to right: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, an unidentified female, and Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist.

Michigan News Source reached out to both the governor’s office and her campaign. We sent the following email:

Michigan News Source has received a copy of a picture featuring Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Lt. Gov. Garlin Gilchrist, and what appears to be a female with her breasts showing through a sheer top. We are trying to determine its authenticity.

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Due to the sensitive nature of the picture, we are not attaching it here. However, this is what we see in the picture:

Gov. Whitmer is standing on the left in a yellow dress and blue jean jacket holding a sign that says “Guuurl.” Garlin Gilchrist is standing on the right in blue shorts and a white shirt with a Pride rainbow on it. In the center is what appears to be a female in fishnet stockings with her breast and nipples showing. Behind Gov. Whitmer and Lt. Gov. Gilchrist is the official Whitmer/Gilchrist banner.

Please confirm whether the picture is real. If it is real, what event this is? When was it? Does the governor have a comment? 

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Michigan News Source did not receive a response from the governor’s office nor her campaign by press time.