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As Gov. Tony Evers heads into the November midterm elections, here at PolitiFact Wisconsin we’re taking a look at how he fared in keeping the promises he made in the 2018 campaign.
Aiming for a second term, Evers faces Republican Tim Michels in the Nov. 8, 2022 election.
A look at the Evers-O-Meter, where we track those promises, shows a mixed bag of results. Of 27 promises, nine were rated Promise Kept (33%), while nine were rated Promise Broken (33%). Another five were rated Compromise (18%). The remaining four were Stalled (14%).
Here’s a link to our full Milwaukee Journal Sentinel report exploring how he did.
Meanwhile, here is a look at how some of his major promises fared:
For more, see "Evers scores mixed bag on campaign promises" at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.