Democratic Governor-elect Tony Evers says he's busy putting together his transition team. His comments came after Gov. Scott Walker conceded defeat Wednesday afternoon. The Republican had won statewide office twice, surviving a recall election. So, why couldn't Walker pull off a win this time around?
UW-Madison political science professor David Canon says that Evers won, in part, because of demographics — namely age, gender and education.
1. What was behind Evers' Win?