Democrat from Wisconsin
Jim Doyle, a Democrat, is the former governor of Wisconsin. He was elected to the post in 2002, after serving as the state's attorney general, and was re-elected in 2006. He did not seek a third term in 2010 and went to work for a Milwaukee-based law firm.
Recent statements involving Jim Doyle
Says he "had to impose tougher cost controls on state employees than" any previous Wisconsin governor.
Recent stories featuring Jim Doyle
Statements Gov. Scott Walker made about his Democratic challenger, the former Democratic governor and gay marriage were among our most-clicked items in July 2014.
A congressional hopeful’s claim about the Common Core school standards also made the High Five.
Two sharply different statements regarding the now-stalled investigation into whether there was illegal coordination among conservative groups and Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign rose to the top of our most-clicked list for June. A statement by Rep. Paul Ryan on whether or not Medicare is growing broke also received lots of attention.
More than four months out before the November 2014 gubernatorial election in Wisconsin, some of the campaign themes are coming into focus.
Gov. Scott Walker's record on jobs and the economy. How that record compares to that of his predecessor, Democrat Jim Doyle. And the record of likely Democratic nominee Mary Burke, both as Doyle's commerce secretary and as a former executive of Trek Bicycle Corp.
Wisconsin’s job growth in 2013 was the best since the 1990s?
At least 70 percent of residents approve of the state’s wildly controversial collective bargaining reform law?
When Republicans ran Washington, they let the food stamp rolls skyrocket?
We revisit these and other recent claims by Wisconsin Republicans ahead of their annual state convention.
In his State of the State speech, Gov. Scott Walker revised some of the claims he made in the past that had been rated on the Truth-O-Meter.
We review what he said then and what he's saying now.
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