[Waukesha, WI] – Candidate for governor, Rebecca Kleefisch, released the following statement in reaction to Tony Evers’ failure to mention increasing violent crime in his State of the State Address:
“Tony Evers didn’t mention increasing violent crime in his State of the State Address because he doesn’t have a plan to keep Wisconsin families safe. In the past year we watched our communities ripped apart by violence and destruction and Tony Evers can’t be bothered to even acknowledge it. Clearly the Governor is more concerned with his election year bribe than dead children on our streets. Tony Evers may be too weak to stand up to criminals, but I’m not.”
Read more about Kleefisch’s plan to tackle crime.