January 2, 2018
When Scott Walker was elected Wisconsin governor in 2010, he promised to fix the state’s broken budget and lead limited-government reforms that would get the Badger State’s economy working again. By just about any metric, the two-term Republican governor has succeeded. Described as one of the two most consequential governors in state history, Walker presided over a wave of far-reaching conservative reforms.
The MacIver Institute looks back at a remarkable era in Wisconsin history in our special presentation, “The Walker Years: A Legacy of Conservative Reforms” which aired on News/Talk 1130 WISN.
More episodes of the MacIver Newsmakers podcast special, “The Walker Years,” below: