This governor had harsh words for those who continue to question the results of the 2020 election
“Since November 2020, we’ve seen Republican governors and lawmakers across the country working quickly to add more barriers to voting, to discredit the good work of our election officials, and to try to cast doubt on an election just because that they did not. to win. They try to stack the game to get the results they want next time around, and they try to make it harder for everyone who is eligible to vote. “
Citing his own narrow 2018 victory over the then governor. Scott Walker, who conceded after a controversial election, said Republicans must tell their constituents the truth about President Joe Biden’s victory.
Evers clearly appreciated the executive’s actions on Tuesday, remarking by signing the sixth and final veto, “And here’s the last nail in the coffin”, to the cameras gathered around him. Republicans in Wisconsin do not have enough voice to override his vetoes.
“You’ve seen what’s going on in Arizona,” Evers said Tuesday, “it’s a clown show.”
Point: For Wisconsin, these executive actions are a big step. But as long as Republicans in the state continue to question the 2020 results and push for more difficult access to the vote, as in many other states, this fight won’t be over anytime soon.