Republican Gov. Scott Walker will face state School Superintendent Tony Evers in November, as a result of Tuesday's Democratic primary. The attacks happened immediately. The Republican Party of Wisconsin announced on election night that it would run TV ads, attacking Evers for not revoking the license of a teacher who viewed pornography on a state computer. Evers responded by saying that state law at the time wouldn't allow him to revoke the license, because students did not see the pornographic materials.
Then, Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch and Republican lawmakers held a news conference to discuss how Evers' record would "leave Wisconsin families in danger." WUWM's Marti Mikkelson asked JR Ross of wispolitcs.com, if this is what we can expect between now and the November election.