For eight years and through three elections, Democrats have unsuccessfully sought to defeat Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who they revile for his success in severely weakening public sector unions in the purple state. This year they believe they have their best chance with state schools chief Tony Evers, who is leading or neck-and-neck with Walker in opinion polls.
The two met for their final debate in Milwaukee Friday night.
A look at their claims:
WALKER: “When it comes to Foxconn, they don’t earn any of those tax credits over the next decade and a half unless they actually have actual job creation and investment.