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Official Twitter Account of the 45th Governor of the State of Wisconsin, Scott Walker.
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Wis Dept of Revenue Sep 20
The U.S. Census Supplemental Poverty Measure released earlier this month shows WI w/4th lowest poverty rate in the nation. DOR Chief Economist John Koskinen noted today meeting in Milw "good things come from a strong economy."
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Governor Walker 10h
Big plans are in the works for the Foxconn Wisconn Valley Science & Technology Park – check it out!
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Governor Walker 24h
Joined family and friends of soldiers from the 376th Financial Management Support Unit for their send off. Thank you for everything you do - we look forward to your return!
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Governor Walker Sep 22
Glad to see Wisconsin’s business friendly environment helping companies like expand and hire here in the state!
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Governor Walker Sep 22
is the perfect time to check out a great Wisconsin museum like or the Aviation Museum – for free!
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Governor Walker Sep 22
Honored to help kick off the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Crush Run/Walk in Milwaukee today. Together, we can raise the funds and awareness for lifesaving research that will help crush cancer!
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Governor Walker Sep 22
Kicked off the morning at 8 a.m. talking with delegates at Catholic Financial Life convention celebrating 150 years of service in Wisconsin!
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Madison College Sep 18
Good news for high school students! We've been awarded a grant from to train 157 high school teachers in dual enrollment standards. This will allow students more opportunities to earn college credits while in high school.
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Mukwonago Schools Sep 12
: Our district is a winner! These funds will go toward furthering , and education in our district! This is a grant that aims to support 's future workforce.
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Governor Walker Sep 21
We’re preparing our students for college, career, and life!
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Governor Walker Sep 21
Joined the Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce Executives Conference to discuss the broad investments we’re making in workforce development to support Wisconsin’s growing economy and keep the state moving forward!
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Governor Walker Sep 21
We’re investing in and workforce development initiatives to continue to prepare Wisconsin to win the 21st century.
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Governor Walker Sep 21
More and more businesses are growing across the state. ’s latest investment and expansion in Milwaukee is another sign that Wisconsin is !
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Governor Walker Sep 21
Honored to accept the Bart Adams Award for Public Service. We will continue to expand access to the training and tools hardworking students and potential employees need to succeed in high-demand fields like manufacturing.
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Governor Walker Sep 21
Today, on National POW MIA Recognition Day, please take a moment to pause and reflect on all who have honorably served our nation and never made it home – like Capt. Lance Sijan of Milwaukee, WI. We thank all who have fought and continue to fight for our freedoms.
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Governor Walker Sep 20
By committing another $7 million, we are continuing to build on our investments into broadband throughout the state to ensure that Wisconsin families and businesses have the access to technology and information they need to excel.
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Wis Dept of Revenue Sep 18
Our Chief Economist John Koskinen gave a presentation today to the Wisconsin Insurance Alliance Last year was the best year for manufacturing in over two decades!
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Governor Walker Sep 20
Replying to @GovWalker
There are more than 98,780 job openings listed on . Check it out!
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Governor Walker Sep 20
More than 36,000 private sector jobs have been created over the year – this includes 22,500 manufacturing jobs!
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Governor Walker Sep 20
If America had Wisconsin’s labor force participation and unemployment rates, 16.6 million more people would be working across our country.
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