The latest update. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says elections agency head 'has to go'. (Wisconsin State Journal, 10/9/2014)
I have nothing to say, in other words.
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, says the head of Wisconsin’s elections agency “has to go.”
But Gov. Scott Walker says the issue isn’t on his radar.
The previous update. Scott Walker says he was unaware of $700,000 donation from mining company. (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 8/23/2014)
"Not on my radar", in other words. Asked whether he was aware that Gogebic Taconite secretly donated $700,000 to Wisconsin Club for Growth — a pro-business advocacy group directed by the governor's campaign adviser — Walker said, "Not to my knowledge."
The original post.
Gov. Scott Walker says he would call voter ID special session. (Wisconsin State Journal, 3/12/2014)
When have we heard this before? Walker said the elections bills haven’t been on his “radar,” adding he would look at the measures if they pass the Legislature .
Walker: Campaign donation bills not on his radar. (Washington Times, 3/5/2014)
A week ago. Walker said the campaign spending disclosure was “not something that’s really on my radar.”
Scott Walker weighs veto of school mascot bill. (Wisconsin Watch, 12/17/2013)
Three months ago. Walker said his administration pushed hard to pass a number of worker training bills. He specifically contrasted that to the Indian mascot bill, which is “not on my radar.” (He signed the bill the following month.)
Are Wisconsin GOP leaders chickening out on pro-life laws too? (Live Action News, 11/15/2013)
Four months ago. “To me, it’s not on my radar if it’s not about jobs, balancing the budget or lowering taxes.” (Walker quote)
Higher speed limit not on Walker's radar. (Wisconsin Radio Network, 8/22/2013)
Seven months ago. Speaking with reporters in Eau Claire Wednesday, Walker said “to me, it’s not necessarily a good or bad idea, but…it’s not on my radar.” (Walker quote)
Rick Scott for President. (Tampa Bay Times, 5/12/2011)
About 3 years ago. As much as Scott insists it's nowhere on his radar, some of his allies suspect he sees a last-minute 2012 presidential bid as a viable option. If so, he's delusional.