Governor Walker stopped at a manufacturing company in the Green Bay area yesterday to push for his re-election.
Walker says he put more funding for education in the last budget than state Superintendent of Schools Tony Evers proposed. He says the best testimony to Walker’s investment in schools, was from Evers himself.
Walker toured Fox Valley Metal Tech in Ashwaubenon. He also proposed a series of tax credits yesterday.
The governor wants college graduates to get $5,000, if they live and work in Wisconsin for five years. He’s also calling for credits to help seniors stay in their homes. Another is designed to lower child care costs.