In 2018, Democrats won every statewide office on the ballot. It was the “first time since 1982 that one party – the Democrats – won elections to all those offices” (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel). Wisconsin voters made a clear change in direction. However, most of our Republican friends turned out to be sore losers. The lame-duck legislature threw away civic norms and significantly curbed the powers of then Democratic Governor-elect Tony Evers and Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul. Unprecedented. Some Republicans opposed the power grabs. GOP state Senator Robert Cowles said: “I feel that our own party crossed the line.” And, former Wisconsin GOP Governor Scott McCallum exclaimed: “It appears completely political … sour grapes.” Outgoing Ohio GOP Governor John Kasich also expressed outrage: “I’m frankly shocked at what is going on here. … You lost, okay? … Accept it, move on, try to win tomorrow.” Our political system in Wisconsin is…
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