ICYMI: Walker Used "Very Questionable, Suspect" Job Numbers

Dec 04, 2011

MADISON — While Scott Walker was patting himself on the back over supposed job gains this summer in the face of Senate recalls, a new report shows he was using figures his own administration found “very questionable” and even “suspect.”

Read the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story here.

“Wisconsin leads the nation in job loss — down more than 27,600 jobs since June — and now we find that Scott Walker is cooking the books to hide his many failures,” Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Mike Tate said. “Walker was not honest with the people of Wisconsin when he ran for governor. And he was not honest when he claimed jobs successes that did not exist. Clearly, the only job Scott Walker cares about is his own.”