Latest Mostly False Fact-checks on Republican Party of Wisconsin Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on May 2, 2022 in Newsletter: On Gov. Tony “Evers’ watch…the efficiency of the state crime lab has plummeted.” Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on September 17, 2020 in Campaign mailer: "At the Democratic convention, the Pledge of Allegiance was read with the words 'under God' removed." Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on August 20, 2020 in News release: Kanye West’s access to Wisconsin’s ballot was “denied by liberals.” Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on March 12, 2018 in a billboard campaign: Says Rebecca Dallet is a "hypocrite" because she "took money from attorneys with over 100 cases before her." Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on August 21, 2017 in a digital ad: Says Tony Evers "allowed a middle-school teacher found guilty of spreading pornographic material at school to keep teaching students." Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on September 12, 2016 in a web ad: "Just like Hillary Clinton," Russ Feingold had a "run-in with corruption and scandal by using a personal slush fund -- a.k.a. the Feingold Foundation -- while plotting another run for U.S. Senate." Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on October 29, 2014 in a campaign news release: "25,000 businesses have been created since (Scott) Walker took office." Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on May 30, 2014 in a statement: Under Gov. Scott Walker, "employer confidence now stands at 95 percent," compared to "only 10 percent" at the end of the "Gov. Jim Doyle-Mary Burke administration." Republican Party of Wisconsin stated on February 10, 2014 in a press release: As state Commerce secretary, Mary Burke drafted, sponsored and promoted "budgets that raised taxes by billions, created high structural deficits and raided funds to finance huge spending hikes."