Most of the drop came under Jim Doyle
Under Scott Walker’s policies, "the typical Wisconsin family has actually seen their real income drop by nearly $3,000 in the last four years."
Yes, though not all in Wisconsin
"More than 70,000" job openings are listed on a state jobs website.
No hiring boom yet
"Under the administration of Gov. Scott Walker, northern Wisconsin’s mining economy is moving forward and more people are getting good, high-paying jobs."
The numbers are a jumble
Under Scott Walker's "tax plan, the average Wisconsin taxpayer got just $11 a month. But corporations got $610 million in tax cuts. Millionaires got at least $1,400 per year."
In this case, DA stands for 'Distorted Ad'
"As district attorney, Susan Happ took $180,000" in a "shady" land deal "from a man charged with multiple felony counts of sexual assault before she offered him a deferred prosecution."
Law on hold; future uncertain
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down Wisconsin's photo ID election law
Didn't dominate among Dems
"An overwhelming majority of Republican and Democrat law enforcement leaders have endorsed Brad Schimel."
Down, but not that low
"The unemployment rate for young people is down from a 10.6 percent high in 2009 to 2.6 percent today."
Milwaukee police and firefighters "are routinely getting 4 percent raises annually while everybody else is either getting zero or one percent raises."
Not any more
"In the last year, Wisconsin ranked third in Midwest job growth."
Numbers show an up and down trend
Job creation has gotten worse each year that Scott Walker has been governor.
It's cherry-picking season
New jobs numbers are in, and Wisconsin has "fallen to dead last in Midwest job growth."
Actually a net gain of jobs on her watch
Mary "Burke’s record: 130,000 fewer jobs."
Data incomplete; many factors involved
Data on violent crime shows Wisconsin "has become less safe than it was when Scott Walker took office."
Demand was even higher during recession
"We have 41,000 people right now on the waitlist for financial-based assistance for our tech colleges and universities," most of them for tech schools.
Incumbents safer after lines redrawn
After the 2012 redistricting, Wisconsin has competitive congressional districts.
Umm, that one was from 2006
Scott Walker was elected governor on a promise not to take campaign contributions "from the date of his inauguration until the signing of the state budget," but broke it by taking nearly $5.6 million.
Claim off by one notch
Under Scott Walker, "right now, we’re 46th in the country in terms of new businesses started."
Being a homeowner is key
"Thanks to our reforms, the average family will have an extra $322 to spend."
But also cut taxes across the board
Says Scott Walker cut "taxes for the wealthiest" and raised taxes "on 140,000 Wisconsin families."
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