Brett Hulsey's file:
Hulsey

Democrat Brett Hulsey of Madison, the owner of an energy and environmental consulting firm, was elected to the Wisconsin Assembly in 2010.

Recent statements involving Brett Hulsey

Says Gov. Scott Walker "has made Wisconsin 2nd in the nation in losing jobs."

Says opponent Mary Burke told reporters she would have "required workers to give up bargained-for healthcare and retirement benefits like Gov. Walker."

"Every year since Gov. Walker and the Republicans have been in control of the Legislature we’ve created fewer jobs, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics."

Says Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s "actions are directly responsible for killing at least 15,000 jobs."

The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Assembly approved "only one out of 376 amendments offered by Assembly Democrats" in 2011.

Recent stories featuring Brett Hulsey

Fact-checking state Democrats:

Wisconsin is second in the nation in losing jobs?

Milwaukee is second-highest in the recovery of children from sex trafficking?

In Wisconsin, a woman earns 80 cents for every $1 a man earns?

A look at 10 recent claims on the eve of the state Democratic convention.

Five key pieces from our Scott Walker file:

The bright lights of the national media often cast a favorable glow on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker after the November 2013 release of his book, sowing speculation that he would be a contender for the Republican nomination for president in 2016.

A few months later, on Feb. 23, 2014, the lights might have made Walker feel like he was under the heat of an interrogation.

As Walker continues to stir national interest, we offer a primer on who he is, focusing on recent PolitiFact Wisconsin items on three key themes of his time as governor: jobs, taxes and fiscal responsibility.

A look at our Walker and recall-related statements:

As Democrats launch their drive to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, here's a look at some of the claims -- from both sides -- you're likely to see repeated.

And repeated.

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