Scott Walker accuses Tony Evers of being ‘bought and paid for’ by unions
September 25, 2018

GOP Gov. Scott Walker accused his opponent Wednesday of being “bought and paid for by the unions” and decried spending by outside groups, even though Walker has gotten more than $40 million in help from such groups over the years.

A day after the Marquette University Law School poll showed Walker was down 5 points in his re-election bid, Walker took to Twitter to go after Democrat Tony Evers for the help he’s gotten from unions in his successful runs for state schools superintendent.

“When union-affiliated special interests spent twice as much on his campaigns as he did, it makes you wonder if Tony Evers is bought and paid for by the unions,” Walker wrote in one tweet. …

In one tweet, Walker noted Evers wants to overturn Act 10, the 2011 law Walker signed that all but ended collective bargaining for teachers and most other public workers. Walker argued that plan and others by Evers would drive up state costs and lead to tax increases. …

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