Serial CCW vetoing Governor Jim Doyle spent a good part of Tuesday at a golf outing to raise campaign funds while Wisconsin was dealing with flooding that caused millions of dollars in damage, including washing away houses.
Doyle spokesman Lee Sensenbrenner said the governor attended “part of” his campaign’s sixth annual golf outing at University Ridge Golf Course in Verona, which had a suggested contribution of $1,250 per golfer. Doyle has said he will decide later this year whether to seek a third term.
Sensenbrenner said Doyle arrived at the golf outing in the morning and left before 2 p.m. Later that day, he conducted a briefing for reporters on flooding problems resulting from severe storms and downpours that soaked the state over the weekend and caused a rupture that emptied Lake Delton. The governor returned to the golf outing later in the day, the spokesman added.
Good to know where Governor Doyle’s priorities are.