Statements about Job Accomplishments

"We’ve saved over $100 million of (health care) costs" in Milwaukee County. "I did that."

Says he "had to impose tougher cost controls on state employees than" any previous Wisconsin governor.

Says he "led the effort to build a new (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) engineering campus in Wauwatosa."

"More than 125 jobs have been created" at the Milwaukee Job Corps Center.

"Already, the mayor of Green Bay is having ribbon-cutting after ribbon-cutting for economic development around the new VA center."

Says he got twice as much money from the sale of County Grounds land than Milwaukee County Executive Scott Walker was willing to accept.

"Because of (U.S. Sen.-elect Ron) Johnson’s leadership, Senate Republicans adopted a caucus ban on earmarks."

Says Governor-elect Scott Walker’s choice as transition team leader "killed the release of a damaging report on Walker’s record in the days leading up to the election."

As mayor, Barrett led efforts to redevelop the Menomonee Valley, "which now supports nearly 4,000 jobs in Wisconsin."

Says Republican gubernatorial candidate Scott Walker "increased his own pay by $50,000."

Says "Sean Duffy was a no-show" as Ashland County District Attorney while he was on the campaign trail

Since being elected in 2002, Scott Walker has "given back over $370,000 of his salary to the county."

Says "the headlines … tell the story" of how Walker has "mismanaged" Milwaukee County

As Milwaukee County executive, Scott Walker "eliminated the waiting list for long-term care for older adults through the Family Care program."

Says the Feingold garage ad "is a fake: He’s not standing in front of his house."

When each faced a pension funding crisis, Tom Barrett made tough choices and smart cuts while Scott Walker passed $400 million in pension debt to the next generation.

A $300 million stimulus allocation to Wisconsin "has led to the creation of tens of thousands of jobs in every corner of this state."

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