Walker’s calendars show more time away from state business as election neared

Gov. Scott Walker ramped up the time he spent away from state business in the months leading up to the general election, a WisPolitics.com review of his calendars show.
From September to November, more than 600 hours in Walker's calendars were designated as "hold time," similar to the amount of time Walker blocked off while he was running for president in 2015.
While the calendars don't reveal why the hold time was set aside, Walker has frequently used the designation to cover fundraising or other political work.
The guv released his calendars for October to December on Feb. 17. After reviewin...

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