His cuts to public education caused increased class sizes and teacher layoffs in Wisconsin.2 He then gave a $10,000 tax break that benefits millionaires who send their kids to expensive private schools.3
That made it easier for his corporate friends who donated to his campaign to pay women less than men.4
His proposal would let foreign corporations buy up Wisconsin farmland.5
Scott Walker stood in the way of a plan that would have let hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin's student loan borrowers refinance their loans at lower market rates, giving them more money in their pockets every month.6 Student loan debt is a clear and present danger to the economy, but Scott Walker has turned a blind eye and instead taken almost $5 million from the banking and financial industries.7 Mary Burke supports legislation to allow refinancing of student loan debt to provide much needed relief.8
(1) US Census Bureau, May 2014. (2) WHBL, 11/10/11. (3) 2013 Wisconsin Act 20; 2013 Assembly Bill 40, 7/1/13. (4) 2011 Wisconsin Act 219; CFIS. (5) Wisconsin State Journal, 2/28/13. (6) Associated Press, 4/9/2014. (7) Wisconsin Democracy Campaign. (8) Burke Jobs Plan.