Eau Claire (WQOW) —Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch made her case against gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers Wednesday.
Kleefisch focused her speech on claims that the current state superintendent did not revoke the license of a teacher who fell under investigation for viewing pornography on his work computer, along with making inappropriate comments about middle school girls.
Kleefisch also touted how Governor Walker is focusing on Wisconsin schools and students.
"Investing in fabrication laboratories all across the state. He just announced in our tour of Wisconsin last week that he further wants to invest in science, technology, engineering and math for our kids," Kleefisch said.
Kleefisch also told News 18 that voters should cast their ballots for Walker this November because of the state’s record low unemployment rate, which she credits to the work Walker and herself have done.