Democratic Party of Wisconsin - Federal Account

What Did Walker Know?

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We're not yet all the way through all 27,000+ pages of emails released yesterday, but there are more than enough examples (a few are below) that prove -- without a doubt -- Scott Walker not only knew about the criminal activity happening all around him, he was sending and receiving emails on the secret network himself.

Luckily, the national media is finally catching on to the fact that this is a big, huge deal and the story is spreading like wildfire (we're waiting for the "Which Jailed Scott Walker Associate Are You" quiz on Buzzfeed.)

But we still have more questions than answers from Scott Walker. It's time for Scott Walker to come clean with Wisconsinites about his criminal path to power: Help us continue to expose the truth by chipping in to our Rapid Response fund today.

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