Gov. Tony Evers signed an executive order today creating a student debt task force to find ways to help Wisconsinites swept up in the deepening economic crisis.
During the 2018 campaign, opponents focused on Walker’s plane use, including the number of flights that were 50 miles or less. [WisPolitics]
Republicans and their allies like those bringing the lawsuit want to overturn the results of the November election. [Associated Press]
Statements from One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Analiese Eicher on Gov. Tony Evers’ action today on the 2019 state budget.
Analiese Eicher argued that Evers, by seeking $1.4 billion ask for public education, forced Republicans to offer more. [Wisconsin State Journal]
The results of a survey of Wisconsin voters ... finds Gov. Tony Evers and Democrats with a strong advantage on education issues. [Door County Pulse]
Analiese Eicher & Bill McCoshen weigh in on the governor’s powers and what he might line-item veto. [WKOW-TV]
Stripping proposals from Tony Evers' budget plan does more harm than just blowing an estimated $1.4 billion hole in the budget.
Tony Evers says Foxconn's promise to employ 13,000 people is "unrealistic," meanwhile the company insists it will uphold its promises. [WMTV-TV]
Media reports, based on a letter released by Tony Evers, indicate Foxconn has approached the state seeking changes to an agreement.
Analiese Eicher, executive director of One Wisconsin Now, said Tuesday's disclosure made Republican lawmakers look bad. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
However, while Republicans were decrying Evers’ remarks, the progressive state group One Wisconsin Now welcomed them. [Racine Journal]
Today, Gov. Tony Evers announced he will seek to modify the terms of a contract with Foxconn.
In the first 100 days, Tony Evers has focused on policies to help take on new economic challenges facing hard-working Wisconsinites.
[One Wisconsin Institute] challenged the early voting restrictions as part of a larger federal lawsuit... [Associated Press]
Gov. Tony Evers Administration Stepping Up With Real, Common Sense Solutions to Take on $1.5 Trillion Student Loan Debt Crisis
Gov. Tony Evers has directed his administration to develop a plan to provide common sense relief to state student loan borrowers.
In a blow to conservatives, a national business group came out to say it will not put money into the state Supreme Court race [WMTV-TV]
One Wisconsin Institute Statements on Gov. Tony Evers’ Executive Order Increasing Access to State ID
We applaud Gov. Tony Evers’ leadership, taking Wisconsin in a new direction to help make voting easier and more convenient.
Tony Evers has been ... drawing both criticism and support as he unveils new pieces to his upcoming budget proposal. [WMTV-TV]
Statements of One Wisconsin Now Program Director Analiese Eicher regarding Gov. Tony Evers' State of the State speech.
Both analysts said compromise is possible on a number of issues facing the state that Gov. Evers will discuss in his speech. [WMTV-TV]
Analiese Eicher ... said she wants to see a change of pace from the new administration. [WQOW-TV]
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]
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]
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]
Scot Ross joined Joy Reid to discuss Wisconsin's 2018 gubernatorial race where public education advocate Tony Evers faces Scott Walker. [MSNBC]
The Same Gang That Tried to Win Election With Ad Outing Child Victim of Sex Assault Now Misleads on Record of Tony Evers.
Walker’s campaign has booked $2.3 million in television ads across the state between May and mid-August, according to research by liberal group One Wisconsin Now. [Associated Press]
Tony Evers won overwhelmingly against an opponent whose campaign centered on sending more of our tax dollars to private voucher schools.
Emails released to reporters and liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now earlier this month showed Holtz used his Whitnall School District email account to discuss campaign strategy with his wife during the school day. Whitnall serves Hales Corners and a portion of Greenfield. [Wisconsin State Journal]
Liberal group One Wisconsin Now has asked two district attorneys to investigate whether Holtz was illegally campaigning on government time. [Associated Press]
Evers and the liberal group One Wisconsin Now have hammered Holtz over a proposal he floated to then-candidate John Humphries in the run-up to the February primary. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now found that Holtz had been soliciting wealthy Republican donors during his time on the school district’s clock. [Wisconsin Gazette]
The message from voters tonight is that they support our public schools and want someone with integrity to lead the Department of Public Instruction.