Highlights how there is more to be done to move Wisconsin forward
[Madison, Wis.] – Gov. Scott Walker traveled across Wisconsin on a 14-stop campaign announcement tour last week to discuss with the people of Wisconsin how there is more to be done to keep moving the state forward.
Governor Walker’s reforms are producing real results for the state. With more people working than ever before, over $8 billion in tax relief, and historic investments in our classrooms, Governor Walker is working and winning for the hard-working families of Wisconsin.
Check out what’s in the news:
From Milwaukee Business Journal: “‘Four more years to keep moving this state forward,’ Walker said is what he seeks. ‘Looking ahead, we want a state where everyone shares in the economic prosperity whether you live in a big city or a small town. From one end of the state to the other we want people to share in the Wisconsin comeback.’”
From Janesville Gazette: “A former teacher at Beloit Memorial High School, he said he supports many of the governor’s policies and thinks Walker is taking the state in the ‘right direction.’ McCann looks forward to Foxconn coming to Wisconsin, comparing it to Janesville’s General Motors plant. He said the tech giant should have a major impact across the state, and he hopes it attracts other businesses.”
From WAOW: “‘He’s proven conservative leadership for the past 8 years, and we’ve seen Wisconsin grow and prosper both in education and business and we’re looking forward to another 4 years of his term’”
From Fox 11: “Two days after making his official campaign kickoff for the 2018 election, Gov. Scott Walker jumped right into campaign mode on Tuesday. ‘We’re going to move Wisconsin forward,’ Walker said at a rally in Menasha Tuesday.”
From Duluth News Tribune: “‘From one end of the state to the other, crisscrossing the state, we’re seeing exciting things happening,’ Walker said. ‘We’re moving Wisconsin forward.'”
From Washington Examiner: “Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker believes the ‘hard left’ anger aimed at Wisconsin Republicans is helping to motivate his base, and may even deliver him a third term in the governor’s mansion in Madison.”