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American educator and politician, 46th Governor of Wisconsin

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Tony Evers: American educator and politician, 46th Governor of Wisconsin
Anthony Steven Evers is an American politician and educator who has served as the 46th governor of Wisconsin since January 7, 2019. A member of the Democratic Party, Evers previously served as the Wisconsin Superintendent of Public Instruction.

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Wisconsin Citizens Crowd Bars After Supreme Court Shuts Down Stay-At-Home Order [Video]

Wisconsin Citizens Crowd Bars After Supreme Court Shuts Down Stay-At-Home Order

The Wisconsin Supreme Court voted 4-3 in favor of overturning Gov. Tony Ever’s stay-at-home order. Chief Justice Patience Roggensack called the order a “controlling, subjective judgement.” Evers..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:37Published
Protesters Demand Wisconsin Governor Reopen State Despite Virus [Video]

Protesters Demand Wisconsin Governor Reopen State Despite Virus

A rally outside Wisconsin’s capitol building in Madison on Friday drew hundreds of protesters. Reuters reports that the protestors were demanding Democratic Governor Tony Evers reopen the state...

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:45Published
Seven COVID-19 cases linked to Wisconsin election [Video]

Seven COVID-19 cases linked to Wisconsin election

Wisconsin health officials confirmed on Tuesday that at least seven people had contracted the coronavirus during the state's primary election earlier this month. Gloria Tso reports.

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:30Published
Wisconsin votes despite COVID-19 risks [Video]

Wisconsin votes despite COVID-19 risks

Wisconsin voters faced long lines at limited polling locations on Tuesday, as the Midwestern state's presidential primary and local elections moved ahead despite mounting fears about the coronavirus..

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Wisconsin Supreme Court: Governor can't postpone election [Video]

Wisconsin Supreme Court: Governor can't postpone election

The Wisconsin Supreme Court put the state's presidential primary back on track on Monday, blocking Democratic Governor Tony Evers' efforts to postpone in-person voting to June due to the coronavirus...

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:03Published
Wisconsin governor seeks delay of Tuesday's election [Video]

Wisconsin governor seeks delay of Tuesday's election

Democratic Governor Tony Evers moved on Monday to postpone Wisconsin's primary election from Tuesday until June 9, citing health risks from the coronavirus pandemic, but Republicans said they would..

Credit: Reuters - Politics     Duration: 01:28Published
Wisconsin Governor Signs Executive Order To Postpone Primary Election [Video]

Wisconsin Governor Signs Executive Order To Postpone Primary Election

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order about postponing Wisconsin’s primary election. According to Reuters, he wants to move the election from April 7 to June 9. Evers cited health..

Credit: Wochit News     Duration: 00:32Published
Wisconsin Governor Wants To Delay Primary Election Last Minute [Video]

Wisconsin Governor Wants To Delay Primary Election Last Minute

Democratic Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers wants legislators to delay the state’s upcoming election. According to Gizmodo, he wants people to vote by mail in order to prevent people gathering at the polls...

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Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling overturning stay-at-home order highlights widening US debate on pandemic

President Trump called the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling a win for the state but Gov. Tony Evers said it puts "health and lives at serious risk."
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Wisconsin businesses open after court ruling

The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Gov. Tony Evers' coronavirus stay-at-home order extension Wednesday. The ruling essentially reopens the state, letting businesses like bars and restaurants open..
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'OPEN IMMEDIATELY!': Wisconsinites head out to bars after state stay-at-home orders lifted

Some bars opened their doors (and taps) to patrons Wednesday night after the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Gov. Tony Evers' stay-at-home order.
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Wisconsin governor announces free coronavirus testing for African Americans, Latinos

Gov. Tony Evers' plan is an effort to combat the staggering racial and ethnic disparities Wisconsin and many other states are facing.
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Wisconsin justices question COVID-19 order

Conservative justices who control the Wisconsin Supreme Court are raising questions about Gov. Tony Evers' administration's stay-at-home order. They heard arguments Tuesday in a lawsuit Republican..
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Protesters demand Wisconsin governor to reopen state as coronavirus cases rise

A rally outside Wisconsin's capitol building in Madison on Friday drew hundreds of protesters who demanded Democratic Governor Tony Evers reopen the state even as it reported its largest single day..
Reuters - Published

Wisconsin Republicans file lawsuit challenging coronavirus shutdown order

Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin on Tuesday filed a lawsuit against Democratic Governor Tony Evers, challenging his stay-at-home order to contain the coronavirus outbreak as states' decisions on when..
Reuters - Published

Wisconsin's Supreme Court orders primary to proceed as planned on Tuesday

The Wisconsin Supreme Court put the state's presidential primary back on track, ruling on Monday that Democratic Governor Tony Evers cannot postpone in-person voting to June despite the coronavirus..
Reuters - Published

Wisconsin Is Set to Vote on Tuesday After Court Overrules Governor’s Postponement

Gov. Tony Evers, a Democrat, ordered the presidential primary and thousands of local races delayed, but a conservative majority on the state’s Supreme Court said he could not unilaterally reschedule..
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Wisconsin's Supreme Court rules governor cannot push back Tuesday's election: AP

Wisconsin's Supreme Court on Monday ruled that Democratic Governor Tony Evers cannot postpone the state's presidential primary scheduled for Tuesday despite the coronavirus crisis, the Associated Press..
Reuters - Published

Wisconsin's Democratic governor seeks delay of Tuesday's election, Republicans challenge move

Democratic Governor Tony Evers moved on Monday to postpone Wisconsin's primary election from Tuesday until June 9, citing health risks from the coronavirus pandemic, but Republicans said they would..
Reuters - Published

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers shuts down Tuesday's election because of coronavirus surges

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers issued an executive order Monday that moves the state's election to June 9.
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Wisconsin's Democratic governor postpones Tuesday's election until June over coronavirus

Democratic Governor Tony Evers issued an executive order on Monday postponing Wisconsin's primary election from Tuesday until June 9, citing health risks from the coronavirus pandemic, but Republican..
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Wisconsin Republicans reject governor's move to postpone Tuesday election

The Wisconsin Legislature did not take up Gov. Tony Evers' effort to extend the election date to May 19 and convert entirely to mail-in voting.
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Scott Walker wades into "holiday tree" fight with menorah tweet

Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers has gone back to calling the evergreen on display at the state Capitol a holiday tree
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Western Wisconsin cleans up from tornado & storms

At least one confirmed tornado touched down as severe storms ripped through western Wisconsin, damaging homes and other structures near the Chippewa-Dunn county line. Governor Tony Evers visited storm..
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Wisconsin governor vetoes 'born alive' legislation and other abortion measures

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers vetoed four abortion bills Friday, a day after GOP lawmakers made a show in the Capitol of formally sending them to him.
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