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Gov. Evers Meets with Students at UW-Stevens Point and UW-Oshkosh PDF Print E-mail
Elections, Elected Officials, Political Parties
Written by Evers Press Wisconsin   
Thursday, 29 September 2022 15:26

uwgb-studentsDuring his first term, Gov. Evers funded a two-year tuition freeze across the UW system, because students and their families shouldn’t have to worry about rising education costs.


STEVENS POINT, Wis. — Yesterday, Governor Tony Evers met with students at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point and the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh to talk about the issues at stake this November and the importance of getting out the vote.

“There’s a clear choice this November between doing the right thing for Wisconsin, and what Tim Michels wants to do to our state,” said Gov. Evers. “I’m going to continue fighting for students across Wisconsin, because what’s best for them is what’s best for our state.”

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During his first term, Gov. Evers funded a two-year tuition freeze across the UW system, because students and their families shouldn’t have to worry about rising education costs, and he’s brought both parties together to fund Wisconsin public schools at their highest level in nearly two decades. But there’s a lot at stake this November — and Gov. Evers is fighting to protect abortion rights and legalize and tax marijuana, much like we already do with alcohol.

Tim Michels has said that increasing funding for public education is the “definition of insanity,” and he’s even said he’d consider abolishing the Department of Public Instruction. Michels wants to ban abortions with no exceptions for rape or incest, and he’s even said that he does not support legalizing marijuana, including in medical forms.

Gov. Evers is going to continue doing the right thing for students and our state.

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tony-evers-2022About Governor Tony Evers
From his days as a public school science teacher to now as Governor, Tony Evers has worked to bring people together, instead of driving them apart. He cut income taxes by fifteen percent for most families and directed over a billion dollars to tens of thousands of small businesses and farms to prevent layoffs and create new jobs. Rather than focus on hot-button political issues meant to divide us, Evers will keep working to address the cost of living, get people back to work, and give our kids the education they need to thrive. Governor Tony Evers is doing the right thing for Wisconsin. Learn more at TonyEvers.com.

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