Candidate Scott Walker: The Neverending Story
‘Career Politician Scott Walker Uses our Tax Dollars As His Campaign Piggy Bank’
MADISON, Wis. — One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements on comments by Scott Walker’s Republican Governors Association related to the 2018 gubernatorial campaign.
“The November 2018 election is more than 600 days away, but for Scott Walker political campaigning is a never-ending story. Career politician Scott Walker uses our tax dollars as his campaign piggy bank and for six years we’ve paid the price for him to galavant across the country raising campaign funds and selling out our state to the highest bidder.
“Scott Walker ran for office before he could legally rent a car and has spent nearly his entire adult life drawing salary and getting health care for himself and his family from taxpayers. If he wants to remind people of that, he can, but all the campaign money in the world won’t undo the damage he has caused Wisconsin over his 24 years of canoodling in his government hammock with anyone with a checkbook.”
One Wisconsin Now is a statewide communications network specializing in effective earned media and online organizing to advance progressive leadership and values.
Recent Press Releases by One Wisconsin Now
One Wisconsin Now Statements on Trump-DeVos Repeal of Title IX Sexual Assault Investigation GuidelinesSep 22nd, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
"Repealing revised guidelines on the investigations of sexual assaults on college campuses sends victims back into the shadows, deters reporting of sexual assault and protects predators."
New Runways for Corporate Jets, Massive Subsidies for Foreign Corporations, Bupkis for Wisconsin Student Loan BorrowersSep 21st, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
Gov. Scott Walker and Republican Legislative Enablers Offer Stunning Display of Their Misplaced Priorities and Failed Policies
Wisconsin’s Average Student Loan Burden Tops $30,000 in Latest National Study, State Remains in Top Ten for Percentage of Grads With DebtSep 20th, 2017 by One Wisconsin Now
Over Two-Thirds of Class of 2016 Leave College With More Than Just a Diploma