Tony Evers

The president is visiting the city despite the objections of local and state leaders, who have argued his presence would only cause further damage.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has asked President Donald Trump to reconsider his visit to Kenosha, where protests against police brutality are taking place in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake.
“I am concerned your presence will only hinder our healing," Gov. Tony Evers wrote in a letter.
A 17-year-old from Illinois has been charged in a shooting that left two dead and another injured.
Video captured the moment Wisconsin police shot Blake at least 7 times in the back as he walked to his car.
“The people of our state are done waiting for the Legislature to act, and so are we," said Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes, following Sunday's shooting of Jacob Blake.
“It is a mess,” declared Tony Evers, who warned that Wisconsin is now "in the Wild West."
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers sought to extend the state's coronavirus precautions through May.
To date, 230 people have died in Wisconsin and nearly 4,500 have tested positive.
The plan would have extended the state's absentee voting in the primary by six days after a court ruled against rescheduling the election.