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A Holiday Message from Governor Scott Walker and First Lady Tonette Walker

Governor Scott Walker and First Lady Tonette Walker released the following holiday video message today wishing a Merry Christmas and a safe and Happy New Year to the people of Wisconsin.

By - Dec 22nd, 2015 03:55 pm

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  1. Barb - West Bend says:

    Thank you for not having a Christmas tree decorated with a variety of weapons.

    However, for reducing programs that help the poor; for being the Governor of the State that is losing their middle class; for keeping citizens in the dark when passing laws that reduce openness in our goverment; for reducing or not enforcing regulations to protect our environment; for refusing to accept Syrian immigrants fleeing war; for reducing funding to public schools; for all of this may Santa leavie a ton of coal in your front yard.

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