Viewpoint: Writer feels governor should be more accountable
Scott Walker, what’s in your wallet?
This is the question that you and other inquiring minds should be asking. The group One Wisconsin filed a complaint with the government accountability board stating that Scott Walker failed to disclosed employment information as required by State Law for 240 large contributions. The group states that when Scott Walker started running for governor he failed to disclose legally required information for 7.512 big money donors giving over $100 totaling $2,330,197.98 in contributions. The Wisconsin statute is 11.06 (1) (b) which requires disclosure from candidates and office holders. I believe we need to review our expectations and accountability for our elected employees in the state of Wisconsin.
Do you think Scott Walker should be exempted from the law? Food for thought.
Craig Strid, Rhinelander