Michigan Governor Rick Snyder will give his 8th and final State of the State Address on Tuesday night.   The  speech before the Michigan House and Senate comes after a rare over-ride of a veto.  The governor tried to kill a tax-cut bill.  A mix of mostly Republicans and some Democrats in the State Senate over-rode that veto.

With a little less than a year in office, it will be interesting to see what Governor Snyder has on his agenda, as he tries to carve out a legacy to counter the Flint Water Crisis.

2018 State of the State address

Gov. Rick Snyder will deliver his eighth and final State of the State address Tuesday at the Capitol.

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: House of Representatives chamber, state Capitol, Lansing.

Who:  All public seating at the Capitol during the speech is by invitation only, mostly for lawmakers and their guests.

If you can't hear it live on line, tune in to 95.3 WBCK at around 9pm.  We'll be airing the speech then, followed by the democrat's response.