Remember that Walker was swept into that office after Tom Ament resigned as County Executive in the wake of a massive recall signature effort.
In the case of Ament and supervisors who expanded fiscally ruinous pension payments, it was a matter of using a publicly-financed system to pad their retirement incomes.
With Walker, it was a matter of using the same publicly-financed system as a partisan consulting business to help candidacies and campaigns.
In both cases, public offices and resources were misused.
Walker the reformer. Hardly.