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WI POLITICAL BULLET POINTS

WI POLITICAL BULLET POINTS
  • Governor-elect Tony Evers is continuing to fill out his administration.  He added three deputy chiefs of staff yesterday as he prepares to take office Monday.  Melissa Baldauff, Kara Pennoyer and Barbara Worcester are joining the team.  Baldauff is a former spokeswoman for the state Democratic Party and Pennoyer is chief of staff for Senate Minority Leader Jennifer Shilling.  Worcester had worked for former Senate Majority Leader Russ Decker. 

WALKER WALKS ON…

  • Governor Scott Walker is giving a glimpse of his plans when he leaves office.  He and his wife plan to move to downtown Milwaukee to be closer to family, while his political agenda includes traveling around the country to speak on conservative issues.  He tells Fox 6 that he’ll also be working to help re-elect President Trump.  As for his own political ambitions, Walker says we’ll see what the future holds regarding a possible second presidential run. 

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