One Wisconsin Now, a left-leaning non-profit in the state, conducted the investigation into state records that found this information. [Newsweek]
During the 2018 campaign, opponents focused on Walker’s plane use, including the number of flights that were 50 miles or less. [WisPolitics]
The advocacy group One Wisconsin Now highlighted Walker's extensive use of airplanes to travel to events all over the state costing taxpayers $818,000. [Center for Media and Democracy]
In September 2018 Scott Walker charged Wisconsin taxpayers over $6,500 to fly from Madison to Milwaukee to Omaha, Nebraska and back to Madison.
New flight records released late Friday by Scott Walker to One Wisconsin Now reveal Walker again broke the law with his use of the state airplane.
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested Attorney General Brad Schimel could dress up as Scott Walker for Halloween.
Three Months and Four Days Later, Still No Reimbursement or Remorse From Scott Walker for Illegal Usage of State Plane
In July 2018 Scott Walker broke the state law prohibiting politicians from using taxpayer resources to benefit their campaigns.
The beltline in Madison can be tough commute and Scott Walker has shown time and again he has no shame when it comes to taking to the air at taxpayer expense.
Terry McGowan, president of Local 139, referred to a report from the liberal group One Wisconsin Now that found Walker had spent more than $800,000 on flights. [Daily Reporter]
Walker’s use of the state plane has been criticized by since One Wisconsin Now released reports revealing what they called his “misuse” of the state plane. [WKOW-TV]
Among the most egregious examples of Gov. Scott Walker’s “misuse and abuse” of the taxpayer-funded state plane are ridiculously short flights he took.
Walker has spent $934,000 in taxpayer-funded flights between September 2015 ... and July of this year, records obtained by One Wisconsin Now show. [Associated Press]
Scott Walker Scheme to Use State Airplane to Film Campaign Ad Similar to Incident in Which Former GOP Governor McCallum Was Investigated by Wisconsin Ethics Board
Scott Walker Scheme to Use State Airplane to Film Campaign Ad Similar to Incident in Which Former GOP Governor McCallum Was Investigated by Ethics Board.
His new motto is ‘I fly, you buy’ and our research and ad shows Scott Walker is not the same guy he’s been trying to sell to Wisconsin.
Smoking Gun Evidence Exposes Gov. Scott Walker Lying About Scheme to Use State Plane to Fly For Campaign TV Ad Shoot
With this new evidence we’ve also exposed his lying and scheming to avoid his obligation to pay the state back for his improper use of the state plane.
One Wisconsin Now recently reported on Walker’s taxpayer-funded airplane travel since September 2015 when he dropped out of the presidential race. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Information obtained today by One Wisconsin Now shows the Governor’s office intentionally scheduled an event at Nicolet Technical College on July 17.
One Wisconsin Now has found the frequently flying Governor’s air travels to promote the Foxconn deal are adding over $56,000 to the taxpayer tab.
One Wisconsin Now indicated Walker used $2,017 in state funds to fly to Rhinelander on July 17, the day he filmed a new ad for his gubernatorial... campaign. [Daily Cardinal]
Scott Walker Flew to Green Bay TV Market Six Straight Days Before Green Bay Area State Senate Special Election
A review of Scott Walker’s serial misuse of state airplanes has revealed he used a state plane to fly to the Green Bay area prior to a special election.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin has released a new video entitled “We All Pay for Scott Walker’s Ambitions.” [Democratic Party of Wisconsin]
One Wisconsin Now argued Walker misused taxpayer dollars by using a state plane for an official visit to Rhinelander before filming a campaign commercial. [Capital Times]
‘He charged taxpayers:’ Liberal group demands criminal investigation into Gov. Walker’s use of state plane
Officials with the liberal group One Wisconsin Now say they have proof of allegations of misuse and abuse of taxpayer resources against Governor Scott Walker. [WITI-TV]
The group One Wisconsin Now is asking the state Ethics Board and the Dane County District Attorney to see whether Governor Scott Walker violated state laws. [WXPR-FM]
One Wisconsin Now said state taxpayers paid $2,017 to fly Walker in a state plane from Madison to Rhinelander on July 17. [WAOW-TV]
One Wisconsin Now Requests Ethics, Criminal Investigation of Gov. Scott Walker’s Use of State Airplane
Scott Walker used a state plane, at a cost to taxpayers of $2,017.66, to fly from Madison to Rhinelander to film a television ad for his re-election campaign.
One Wisconsin Now announced open records reveal Scott Walker recently used state resources for traveling to film a campaign ad for his re-election bid. [Melissa Sargent]
State flight records uncovered by One Wisconsin Now have added even more fuel to the controversy surrounding Scott Walker’s Three Lakes campaign ad. [Democratic Party of Wisconsin]
State flight records obtained by One Wisconsin Now show that on July 17 Walker flew to Rhinelander on a state plane at a cost of $2,017.66.
When VP Mike Pence jets to Wisconsin today on Air Force 2 to raise campaign cash, he’ll be greeted at the airport by frequent flyer Gov. Scott Walker.
Not the Same Guy Anymore: Data Shows Gov. Scott Walker More Than Doubled Taxpayer-Charged Flights From 2011 to 2017
Records show the state’s first flier has more than doubled the tab for air travel between 2011 and 2017, starting at $155,548 and exploding to $326,705.
Records Show Scott Walker Has Spent $33,000 Using the State Plane for Foxconn-Related Flying Days.
One Wisconsin Now hit Walker earlier this week for his ridiculous habit of spending gobs of state money to take private flights to private campaign events. [DailyKos]
One Wisconsin Now has produced a mind-blowing report on Walkers’ extensive use of the state airplane after his failed Presidential run. [DailyKos]
About 41 percent of the flights Walker took between September 2015 ... and April 2018 covered distances of less than 100 miles. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker spent over $800,000 in taxpayer dollars for air travel over a period of two and a half years. [Courthouse News Service]
One Wisconsin Now is knocking Gov. Scott Walker for his “misuse and abuse” of taxpayer-funded flights on the state plane. [WisPolitics]
One Wisconsin Now says Republican Gov. Scott Walker has made flights on the state airplane costing taxpayers $818,000 in the last three years. [New Richmond News]
One Wisconsin Now put together public records on flight data, releasing the findings this week. [KFIZ-AM]
One Wisconsin Now revealed results of its months-long investigation of alleged misuse of taxpayer resources for political purposes by Gov. Scott Walker. [La Crosse Tribune]
In case you missed it, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker posted a lengthy attack against the small progressive advocacy organization, One Wisconsin Now.
Scott Walker flying to ‘town hall meetings’ that excluded the public are yet another example of the expensive misuse and abuse of taxpayer resources.
One Wisconsin Now revealed results of their investigation what they claim has been misuse of taxpayer dollars by Gov. Scott Walker. [Wisconsin Eye]
A liberal group is going after Governor Scott Walker for what they call "unnecessary" airplane trips on state planes that have cost taxpayers thousands. [WKOW-TV]
Earlier today, One Wisconsin Now held a press conference in which they released data detailing Governor Scott Walker’s usage of the state plane. [Sen. Lena Taylor]
A liberal advocacy group says Governor Walker used a state airplane to make 869 flights since he dropped out of the presidential race in September. [WHBY-FM]
A liberal group is calling out Governor Scott Walker, over his use of state planes. Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now says some flights were short hops. [Wisconsin Radio Network]
Gov. Scott Walker used a state plane for 29 flights of less than 40 miles — including one between Kenosha and Milwaukee — since September 2015. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Gov. Scott Walker billed taxpayers more than $818,000 to rehab his political image by flying around Wisconsin on state-owned airplanes, a liberal group alleged. [WITI-TV]
At a Monday press conference ... One Wisconsin Now released details from a database it has compiled of flights taken by Gov. Scott Walker on a state-owned plane. [Capital Times]