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  • His increasingly unpopular conservative policies, compounded by the relative unpopularity of Trump in Wisconsin, ultimately resulted in Walker's defeat by Democratic candidate Tony Evers.Republican Party of Wisconsin-Wikipedia
  • On March 6, 2020, Governor Tony Evers signed bipartisan legislation to create 12 new circuit court branches, with four seats to be added each year from 2021 to 2023.Wisconsin circuit courts-Wikipedia
  • On 24 March 2020, Wisconsin governor Tony Evers issued a state-wide stay-at-home order to close all non-essential businesses and ordered no gatherings of any size effective 25 March until 24 April.COVID-19 lockdowns-Wikipedia
  • On April 6, the Supreme Court and Republicans in the State Legislature of Wisconsin rebuffed Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers's request to move the state's spring elections to June.2020 United States presidential election-Wikipedia
  • Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued a statement denouncing the excessive use of force by police and invoking the names of African Americans killed by law enforcement.Shooting of Jacob Blake-Wikipedia
  • The current governor, Tony Evers, assumed office on January 7, 2019.Wisconsin-Wikipedia

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