Governor Scott Walker Releases Statement on Voter ID
Governor Scott Walker released the following statement regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to reject a challenge to the Voter ID law.
Madison – Governor Scott Walker released the following statement regarding the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to reject a challenge to the Voter ID law:
This is great news for Wisconsin voters. As we’ve said, this is a common sense reform that protects the integrity of our voting process, making it easy to vote and hard to cheat.
Press Releases by Gov. Scott Walker
New facility in Kenosha County expected to open in 2020
The experience our veterans receive serving in the military provide them with unique skills and expertise that not only benefit potential employers but also make them savvy business owners."
"I’m proud to join Hunzinger employees today in wrapping care packages to bring our brave men and women in uniform."
"Meaningful reforms to Medicaid, so that members and taxpayers get better outcomes, can best be done by the states."
Governor Walker Issues Statement on Scheduled Vote by U.S. Senate to Overturn the Unemployment Insurance Drug Testing RuleMar 14th, 2017 by Gov. Scott Walker
"I urge members of the United States Senate to pass House Joint Resolution 42 and grant states greater flexibility in administering unemployment insurance benefits."
Governor Walker Announces Three Communities Will Receive Financial Assistance to Replace Lead Service LinesMar 10th, 2017 by Gov. Scott Walker
For state Fiscal Year 2017, DNR has allocated $14.5 million for disadvantaged municipalities to help remove old lead service lines.