Governors: What Obama Should Do For Economy

As President-elect Barack Obama plans heads into office in a few short days, the nation's governors discuss their key economic concerns in their states—including unemployment and the stimulus package—and what the new president should do to relieve some of the fears of this struggling economy.

Three governors appeared on "Squawk Box" this morning as part of CNBC's "Governor Summit. (Watch video for full interviews)

"On Obama's Response to Economic Challenges

"The President-elect was very engaged took a lot of notes asked good questions committed himself to work with us to find some solutions to the economic and fiscal challenges we are facing."

- Gov. James Douglas, R-VT

On the Federal Stimulus

"The national economy does affect us. Many of the companies that do business here are of course doing business nationally and internationally. This economy does affect us. Any fiscal stimulus has to be done right."

- Gov. John Hoeven, R-ND