Wisconsin’s governor is ending the year with a victory lap.
Governor Tony Evers yesterday released a long list of everything he says he accomplished this year, and during his time in office. Evers says he once again delivered for public schools and taxpayers across the state. The governor also took credit for Wisconsin’s near-record seven-billion dollar budget surplus. He also patted himself on the back for signing the deal that will keep the Brewers in Milwaukee. Republican lawmakers say they are the ones who should get credit for the state’s financial success, and say the governor is standing in the way of giving that record budget surplus back to the people.