WEST ALLIS, Wisc. – Last week, Tony Evers announced that he will finally leave his Madison bunker to join the campaign trail. Apparently, Evers’ handlers have realized the vast ground he needs to make up after a disastrous debate performance, reports of his reckless parole spree, and weeks with minimal public events while Tim Michels has been meeting Wisconsinites and the media throughout the state.

“Tony Evers is putting in a full day’s work for the first time in four years,” said Michels Campaign Spokesperson Anna Kelly. “Although, we expect the ‘Releasing the Wrong People Campaign Bus’ to move rather slowly – he is after all the guy who took four days to get from Madison to Kenosha.”

In contrast, in his travels across Wisconsin, proven leader Tim Michels has been talking to voters every single day. Since the primary two and a half months ago, Tim Michels has done more than 300 grassroots events and media appearances.  

Unfortunately for Governor Evers, no amount of scenic bus rides can erase the tired, old four years of failure that has seen a statewide lockdown, a city burned, brutal murderers released onto the streets, multiple failures at multiple state agencies, veterans left in inhumane conditions at Union Grove, a rapidly declining education system, and a stunning lack of transparency from his administration. Tim Michels is proposing bold solutions, while broadening his base of support and far outworking Early Release Evers– and that’s what will propel him to victory on November 8.

About Tim Michels:
Tim Michels is a proven business leader and veteran running for Governor of Wisconsin. Tim is a successful leader from outside the political establishment who is poised to clean up the mess in Madison and get Wisconsin back on the right track. After serving in the Army for 12 years, Michels worked with his brothers to run Michels Corporation, which in the last 25 years has grown from a few hundred employees to a nationally-admired, multi-faceted construction company that employs more than 8,000 people. A native of Brownsville in Dodge County, Tim resides in Waukesha County with his wife Barbara. They have three adult children.

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