In response to the launch today of Scott Walker’s work of fiction, “Unintimidated,” Wisconsin Democrats are releasing a series of facts you won’t find in Scott Walker’s dishonest tome.
ICYMI: Gov. Walker Kicking Tens of Thousands Off the Most Successful Aspect of the Affordable Care Act Thus Far
Scott Walker's so-called "fix" to BadgerCare is to simply wait another three months to kick the most needy Wisconsinites off their health insurance.
When Gov. Scott Walker famously rejected $810 million in federal funding for high-speed rail, he not only rejected thousands of family-supporting jobs, but left taxpayers on the hook for millions of dollars.
Recent reporting from Politifact shows Gov. Walker is touting a false claim that his fiscally irresponsible plan to lessen the property tax increase contained in his budget.
On the Road, Again: Scott Walker to Take "Abandoning Wisconsin Families Tour" to New York This Month
Scott Walker's "Abandoning Wisconsin Families Tour" will hit the road, again, alongside Sen. Lindsey Graham, to court activists and big money donors in New York on November 18. Walker has made pandering to out-of-state donors his highest priority, traveling to Seattle, Michigan, New York, and D.C. since September.
While publicly proclaiming themselves advocates for smaller government, Scott Walker and his Republican Party have enacted a series of laws that attack the principle of local control, irking some conservatives and local elected officials.
Following is the statement of Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate on the latest Republican voter suppression attempt.
Scott Walker’s self-serving presidential campaign playbook doesn’t hit the shelves until November, but early reports indicate the so-called autobiography is more of a work of fiction.