Governor-elect Tony Evers and Lt. Governor-elect Mandela Barnes Announce Transition Website, Communications Director
"We want Wisconsin residents to be an active part of their government and share their ideas on moving the state forward."
MADISON – Today, Governor-elect Tony Evers and Lt. Governor-elect Mandela Barnes announced the launch of the official Transition Website. It went live this afternoon and can be found at https://evers.wi.gov.
“We want Wisconsin residents to be an active part of their government and share their ideas on moving the state forward,” said Governor-elect Evers. “Our new transition website will make that easy for them to do starting today.”
Wisconsin residents can share their ideas with Governor-elect Evers at https://nws.wisconsin.egov.com/forms/governor/contact.
To help fulfill Governor-elect Evers’ commitment to recruiting talented individuals who reflect our state’s values and diversity to serve in his administration, the website has an easy-to-use section for applying to serve in the Evers administration. Interested individuals can go to https://nws.wisconsin.egov.com/forms/governor/apply and send in their materials for consideration.
Governor-elect Evers also announced that Carrie Lynch will lead communications during the transition. Lynch is a Strategic Communications Specialist for the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has served in various communications roles at the federal, state, and local government levels.
Press inquiries for the Transition Team can now be sent to EversPress@wisconsin.gov. Any groups interested in meeting with Governor-elect Tony Evers, Lt. Governor-elect Mandela Barnes, or members of the Transition Team can send a request to EversScheduling@wisconsin.gov. The transition office can also be reached at 608-267-2560.
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