MADISON, Wis. — In case you missed it, yesterday marked the official launch of Governor Tony Evers’ 10-day ‘Doing the Right Thing’ bus tour. In the final stretch before November 8th, Tony is meeting with voters across the state to highlight his record of getting things done for Wisconsinites and the stakes of this election. Gov. Evers is joined by Lieutenant Governor nominee Sara Rodriguez, Attorney General Josh Kaul, along with other Democratic candidates.
The tour kicked off with special guest, Marty Walsh, joining Gov. Evers for the tour’s first stop in Milwaukee.
Afterwards, Gov. Evers traveled across southern Wisconsin with stops in Delavan and Janesville where he met with grassroot supporters.
Gov. Evers highlighted his record of doing the right thing for Wisconsin, including cutting income taxes for the middle class by 15 percent, fixing our roads and bridges, expanding high-speed internet access, increasing funding for our schools, and supporting small businesses and family farms.
Day 1 of the bus tour came to a close in Sun Prairie where Gov. Evers, Rep. Rodriguez, and A.G. Kaul spoke to a crowd of supporters about the stakes of this election and the importance of casting their ballot and making their voices heard on November 8th.
Gov. Evers’ 10-day “Doing the Right Thing” bus tour will continue with stops all across Wisconsin and will conclude on Saturday, November 5th. Join Tony on the bus tour at a stop near you here.
See below for coverage on the first day of the bus tour.
Channel 3000: Evers kicks off ten-day bus tour ahead of election