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]
In the three years since Judge Peterson’s ruling, Wisconsin voters have shown that they will vote when given the opportunity to vote.
Scott Walker couldn't get enough people to pay to cruise Alaska with him when he actually had power and influence. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Politicians like Scott Walker, desperately seeking a ride to relevance in the Donald Trump clown car, are complicit in failure.
Scott Walker Posts Picture of Himself in Jeans ‘In Support of Sexual Assault Victims, I’m Wearing Jeans on #DenimDay’
Overall, [Scott] Walker’s record on policies impacting women is abysmal at best. [Second Nexus]
Scott Walker wore jeans for sexual assault awareness, and Twitter is reminding him of his misogynist past
One Wisconsin Now, a progressive non-profit advocacy group, called him “one of, if not the, worst politician in America for women.” [Daily Dot]
Marking the day women would, on average, have to work until to equal the wage earned by a man in calendar year 2018.
A right-wing group formed to help Republicans rig districts for an unfair electoral advantage announced it has retained Scott Walker.
Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now revealed Williams offered to advise former Gov. Scott Walker’s presidential campaign. [Wisconsin State Journal]
“The timing of this quarter-million dollar contribution sure looks like Scott Walker’s non-meeting meant something to somebody.” [Urban Milwaukee]
Liberal grop One Wisconsin Now tweeted that Walker should speak on “How I Crashed and Burned a Presidential Campaign in 71 Days.” [Associated Press]
Robin Vos and legislative Republicans grabbed control of the agency in charge of the Foxconn deal and slashed accountability. [DemoCurmudgeon]
He is clearly happy those laws will be challenged by the likes of the ACLU, One Wisconsin Institute and other respected groups that have announced such plans. [People's World]
“When you’re talking about legacy, we remember elected officials who showed inspired leadership bringing people together in times of crisis and we remember the crooks.” [Associated Press]
Will there be a lawsuit? Yeah, probably. Scott Walker signed the three #LameDuckCoup bills into law today and Scot Ross may sue as part of One Wisconsin Now. [WRRD-AM]
Scott Walker’s going to have to tell the people of Wisconsin how restricting their right to vote is creating more transparency. [the Progressive]
Tensions are running high in state politics as Governor Scott Walker considers a package of bills passed in a special legislative session. [WMTV-TV]
Republican incumbent Gov. Scott Walker, with his long list of offenses against minorities compiled by One Wisconsin Now, lost his bid to governorship. [Badger Herald]
GOP Blames Voters Voting for Electoral Defeats, Proposes Plan to Limit Participation in 2020 State High Court Race
Republicans appear to have settled on an explanation for why they lost every statewide race on the ballot in the November 6 elections: Too many voters voted.
Analiese Eicher noted Republicans fought plans to hold special elections this year and complained about the cost of past recall elections. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
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]
Scott Walker will say and do anything to try and win an election, but the voters have spoken and Scott Walker must accept the will of the people.
Absolute Fraud’: After Billions in Taxpayer Subsidies Championed by Trump, Ryan, and Walker, Foxconn to Import Chinese Workers for Wisconsin Jobs
As we predicted, @ScottWalker’s $4.5 billion taxpayer-funded election Hail Mary was more like punting to a foreign billionaire on second down. [Common Dreams]
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.
Four pedophile ex-priests had their professional licenses granted under Gov. Scott Walker’s administration
Scott Walker was responsible for pedophiles getting licenses for the last eight years, and Scott Walker had to hope no one found out before the election. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
A report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reveals Scott Walker’s administration approved professional licenses to pedophile priests for the last eight years.
A report found Scott Walker’s haul of $11.5 million from donors not living in Wisconsin through early October led the nation for out-of-state contributions.
Eric Trump will be flying in to Wisconsin today as Republicans experience electoral turbulence across the country and here in state.
*Unless You’re a Woman, Person of Color, Migrant Family, Student or Sex Assault Survivor
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross suggested Attorney General Brad Schimel could dress up as Scott Walker for Halloween.
Trump's visit "just reinforces Walker's racist, sexist, xenophobic record," said Analiese Eicher, program director for the liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Associated Press]
Walker’s ad comes a day before he was to campaign in Wisconsin with President Donald Trump ... The liberal group One Wisconsin Now called Walker’s ad racist. [Associated Press]
Racist, Sexist to Appear at Republican Campaign Rally in Mosinee on Wednesday … Donald Trump Will Be There Too
Scott Walker won’t be the only racist, sexist politician on stage at a campaign rally at the Mosinee airport tomorrow, joining him will be Donald Trump.
Does Scott Walker have racist tendencies? Scot Ross has a definitive answer and he shares it with the Devils. [WRRD-AM]
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.
Scott Walker hasn’t cared about pre-existing conditions until the issue threatened the health of his political ambitions.
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]
No Group Has Been a Bigger Obstacle to Reform Than the NRA and No Politician Has Gotten More of Their Money Than Scott Walker.
Gov. Scott Walker Has Spent 25 Years Charting a Dangerous, Racist Course on Corrections Policy in the State of Wisconsin.
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now obtained a copy of the ad Friday. It says the buy is $740,000 in Green Bay, Wausau and La Crosse. [Associated Press]
Scott Walker’s gun lobby pals are hitting the airwaves with a nearly $740,000 ad buy, pushing their support for his campaigns to $4.25 million since 2010.
In an amazing piece of poll magic, Scott Walker managed to improve his numbers by exactly the same numbers pollster Franklin flipped his sample.
The state’s largest corporate special interest lobbying outfit, Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, is hosting a pre-election pep rally for Scott Walker today.
One Wisconsin Now Program Director Analiese Eicher demanded Gov. Scott Walker and Attorney General Brad Schimel speak out on behalf of sexual assault survivors.
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.
Scott Walker, GOP Seek Lame Duck Session to Send $100 Million to Corporation That’s Had $1 in Net State Tax Since 2013
Scott Fitzgerald said he will ask for an extraordinary session after the November election to consider a $100 million incentive package for Kimberly-Clark.