An group supporting abortion rights injected abortion into the Wisconsin governor’s race less than a month before election day. And Gov. Scott Walker responded the same day with a TV ad of his own.
-- Walker, Burke promises of 2014
-- Scoring Walker’s progress on promises
Over the past year, we have done a number of articles related to veterans and the military.
They include factchecks of statements made by Wisconsin congressional representatives Paul Ryan and Gwen Moore, among others.
Reader favorites last month dealt with the jobs picture, the state budget and a review of Truth-O-Meter items on Obamacare just days before the government shutdown.
We promise to remain open for business, no matter what happens in Washington.
When Gov. Scott Walker proposed reforming Medicaid, food stamps and unemployment compensation, all in one speech, the howls from the left were sharp.
But what did Walker, who increasingly is viewed as a presidential candidate in 2016, actually say? We explore with our In Context feature.
During his 2013 State of the State speech, Republican Gov. Scott Walker made a few familiar claims. So did Democratic leaders in response.
Here’s a look at how those past statements fared when we first looked at them.