State Education Superintendent Tony Evers (D) filed a gubernatorial campaign committee at the end of last week, but still maintains he has not yet made a final decision about whether to challenge Gov. Scott Walker (R). Mr. Evers was re-elected to a third term in 2017 to his statewide, non-partisan office, so he would not have to risk the position to run for Governor. Businessman Andy Gronik and state Sen. Kathleen Vinehout (D-Alma/Eau Claire) both have filed committees but also stop short of officially announcing their candidacies.
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