When the board of Scott Walker’s flagship jobs agency, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, meets this afternoon, here are six questions Scott Walker must answer about his scandal-plagued agency, and its role in Wisconsin’s 44th-in-the-nation jobs ranking.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on revised jobs numbers today released by the Walker administration.
With Scott Walker out of the state again, Rebecca Kleefisch is in charge as acting governor.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate in response to Republican legislation that would neuter the ability of the state's Circuit Courts to find bills unconstitutional.
The Wausau Daily Herald isn't buying Scott Walker's attempts to "evade responsibility for the state's slow job growth," pinning the blame squarely on the governor who is taking his terrible record into a run for president.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate marking Equal Pay Day, which represents the amount of time that women must work into 2013 to earn what men did in 2012.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate in response to news that Rep. Howard Marklein would mount a Republican primary challenge to Sen. Dale Schultz.
Presidential candidate Scott Walker has assured Wisconsinites that he deserves credit for any good economic indicator that he manufactures, yet blameless for any bad economic news that arrives.
Presidential candidate Scott Walker today published a self-serving editorial today about his budget in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that was constituted of evasions, misrepresentations and outright fibs.