Republican gubernatorial hopeful Rebecca Kleefisch spoke about job growth and railed against Governor Evers at an event in Green Bay on Monday.
Kleefisch met with WMC leaders at a KI plant in Green Bay on Monday to share her plans for an economic resurgence in Wisconsin. She says a lot of things need to change for the state to get back on track.
“Tremendous reform, get folks back into the labor force, bring back our talent attraction program with vocational training at every K-12 In Wisconsin.”
Kleefisch also ripped Governor Tony Evers for how he handled the economy during the pandemic, saying it caused a damaging ripple by determining if workers were essential or not..
“The last governor in America to continue to pay people more to sit on the sidelines.”
Kleefisch says ‘tremendous reform’ will be required to get those people back into the economy.