Tomorrow Wisconsin will be voting to either give a second term Governor Scott Walker or elect businesswoman Mary Burke. The RealClearPolitics average shows Walker up by 2.2 points
which is no surprise considering the Mary Burke was fired from her own family business
at Trek Bicycle in the early 1990s and her aide plagiarized
the jobs plan she put forward in the campaign (which actually means she has no original ideas). Her last minute attempts to brand Scott Walker as a Nazi
are probably not going to work. This is probably because they didn't work in 2012 when the recall election was held! With Scott Walker's birthday
yesterday and the election tomorrow, here's my five reasons to vote for Walker (thanks to the folks at Politifact):
1. He has froze University of Wisconsin tuition
and college ain't cheap! I'm happy to have a governor who understands how difficult it is to get through such expenses courses taught by liberal professors.
2. His reforms have led the average household family to save $322
. My family falls under that category and we having a little more spending and saving room. Thank you governor for cutting our taxes!
3. He prevented rapid layoffs of state employees
with the Act 10 Budget Repair Bill. If Unions had their way the Wisconsin unemployment rate would have skyrocketed.
4. He created more jobs in three years than Democrat Jim Doyle did in the previous eight
. That's what happens when you elect politicians who know how to get the economy going! While not his promise of 250,000 jobs, the state got 110,000 jobs under him. Among one of those individuals who got a new job was me!
5. He has made Wisconsin 11th in the nation in total business establishment growth
. When Burke was commerce secretary to Jim Doyle we were 47th.
Now Walker is being considered for the presidency and he no doubt should run if he wins this election. He has a record that has proven to work and I hope you would all support him!
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