Republican Gov. Scott Walker is touting the success of a plan that has seen taxes in Wisconsin at their lowest point since the start of the decade.
Walker's re-election campaign points to achievements such as the Manufacturing and Agriculture Tax Credit, which was enacted to provide tax relief to many small businesses across the state.
He’s being challenged by Democrat Tony Evers, who has been canvassing the state with a tax plan that could be called fluid. Evers is advocating for tax cuts, for example, for nearly 900,000 residents while also expressing a willingness to raise taxes. One example he’s considering is raising the state's gas tax to help pay for road improvements. FULL STORY....HERE