Walker, cabinet members making 100 stops in 10 counties
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker and members of his cabinet are planning to make more than 100 stops in 10 western Wisconsin counties.
Walker and more than 35 officials from his administration began the swing on Monday night and were continuing all day on Tuesday.
The stops include listening sessions in Altoona, Cornell and Fountain City as well as a “cabinet on the road” meeting in Ellsworth.
Walker was also set to visit an industrial park fiber optic broadband expansion project at Chippewa River Industries in Chippewa Falls. He was also to tour the Baldwin Area Medical Center.
First lady Tonette Walker and Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch were also participating and making a variety of stops across the area, including in New Richmond, Menomonie and Barron.