Scott Walker

The former Republican governor of Wisconsin gets mercilessly mocked over his "pizza" pic.
The ruling stems from an ongoing battle over legislation that GOP lawmakers and Republican Gov. Scott Walker passed during a lame-duck session.
The former governor of Wisconsin kicked off CPAC with some outrageous hyperbole about women’s medical decisions.
As the ousted Wisconsin governor attempted to explain economics to Elizabeth Warren, Twitter pointed out his failed FoxConn deal.
Former Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker falsely claimed a 70 percent marginal tax rate would take $7 of every $10 earned.
Republicans used a decades-old rule to pass the laws. The suit says the process was illegal under the Wisconsin state constitution.
"As a math teacher I would like to thank you for creating a real-world example on how NOT to construct a Venn diagram."
Walker is making sure that his Democratic successor won't be as powerful as he was.
The outgoing Republican governor of Wisconsin said he's still considering the bills, but he indicated that he doesn't think they're all that bad.
When a party loses power in a state, there’s often a last-ditch effort to pass priority legislation. What’s happening now is different, experts say.
The Wisconsin governor-elect wants Scott Walker to veto "hot mess" legislation curbing his power.
The lame-duck power grabs in Wisconsin, Michigan and North Carolina are part of a larger effort by Republicans to delegitimize any opponent.
Scott Walker has 10 days after the bills are delivered to him to either sign them into law or veto them.
Republicans in Wisconsin may have lost the governor’s mansion, but the GOP-controlled legislature is doing everything it can to limit the role of incoming governor-elect Tony Evers.
The incoming Democratic governor will make a personal appeal to his once-rival, Republican Governor Scott Walker.
Gov.-elect Tony Evers (D) is facing a nearly impossible fight to deliver on some of his campaign promises.
The move hinders the incoming Democratic governor from choosing his own people.
Governor-elect Tony Evers (D) was planning to dump new limits on benefit programs, so GOP legislators locked them in while they still had the chance.
“I am not proud to read in the Milwaukee newspapers and learn the conniving that Wisconsin Republicans, led by you and certain others, are planning."
Republicans are subverting the will of the electorate in Wisconsin. The outgoing speaker of the House, a Wisconsin Republican, is staying mum.