People are noticing Gov. Walker's absences from official duties as tracked by One Wisconsin Now during the time he was on his "Save My Bacon" national fund-raising tour.
The post below that first contained information about his heavy use of "personal time" is now the most-read item on my blog this year, and fifth-all time, dating to February, 2007 and more than 8,600 posts ago.
And I thought it was a good idea yesterday to repost the basic information that was gathered by One Wisconsin Now [disclosure: I sit on the board of the Institute for One Wisconsin Now, a separate arm of the organization]:
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Madison -- A One Wisconsin Now analysis of Gov. Walker’s schedules from August 2011 through January 2012 reveals that little time was scheduled by the state’s chief executive for communicating with legislators or working on a legislative agenda but that huge amounts of time were blocked off as “personal”.
Little Time Scheduled For Working With Legislators to Advance Agenda at Capitol